Sex and gender explained

In English, boys are boys and girls are girls. XX = XX and XY = XY.

In English, the natal sex is also called a gender.

Ancient historical anthropomorphic linguistic trends gave rise to giving things a sex classification. We call this gender, to avoid confusion with the word “sex”. For example, even in English, a language that does not assigned a masculine or feminine gender to all nouns like many other languages do, a boat is sometimes called a “she”.

In English, and in nature, though, there are norms for usage. In English, as in every other traditional language usage, “boy” refers to sex, NOT gender. “Girl” refers to sex, NOT gender. In English.

And the sex of a child or adult is not mutable.

It seems that the “Newspeak” idea of controlling thought by controlling the language and reducing the number of acceptable words, did not work in Orwell’s prophetic world, and it will not work on all of us today either.

The current mad attempt at mass disruption of the norms that the sane culture uses to limit violence and confusion are targeted for:
1.population reduction,
2.attacking conservatives generally but especially Christians, and diminishing their numbers, while
3.sowing general confusion among people, especially youth, to continue the strategy of making them more vulnerable to the rulers’ commands.

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