Elimination of bipolar cultural gender paradigms as a means to human parity
The case against the bipolar cultural gender construct
Wegyns: Working toward parity through removal of linguistic gender bias
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and the Law
Littleton v. Prange
Texas 4th Court of Appeals rules that gender is determined
only by chromosome configuration and not by genital configuration.
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