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Are the newer generations blurring too many lines when it comes to gender identity?

  • Yes, there are not 1000 different genders

    Liking to play sports doesn't make you less of a girl, and wanting to dress up doesn't make you less of a boy. So many people think that gender is based on their personality or tastes, but it is just a biological and mental state. The cause of these new gender terms if that young people feel the need to define and label themselves. Everyone is different, just accept that.

  • Of course they are

    I do believe in male and female, and all the things in between, but not every little step is a new gender. There's just too much nowadays. Otherkin, agender, demi-gender, gendr-fluid, queer, transgender (not made up), all the other made up crap.

    Everyone is just trying to be some kind of special snowflake

  • The newer generations are blurring too many lines when it comes to gender identity.

    Young people are being too permissive about gender identity. It is not natural for people to be able to change their sex as easily as it has become in recent years. People should be happy with their natural endowments, and they should not be permitted to have a sex change.

  • Yes, they certainly are.

    Yes, I believe the newer generations are blurring the lines between gender identity They don't seem to have the need to be locked into any of the traditional roles that previous generations lived by. The newer generations are open to single parenting, same sex parenting, and transgender parenting. They accept alternative lifestyles.

  • Not at all

    Male and female genders, are not the only ones out there, and maybe we're just growing more comfortable about this idea. It is possible to be genderfluid, meaning one day you feel as a girl, one day you may feel as a boy, or somedays you might be both or niether! Non binary folks just don't have a gender identity. Keep in mind that gender ad sex is different. Your sex is what genitals you have, and your gender is what you feel or are sure of, you are. I knew I was a boy when I was 2. Im trans, fully out.

  • Society continues to progress

    Human beings are very complicated. In our time, the issue of gay marriage continues to polarize the country. Go back 150 years, and African American men gained the right to vote. It took another 50 for women to gain the vote. The further back you go, the more you will find that certain groups of people were denied rights or discriminated against. As the human species marches on, we continue to fight and kill one another, but more and more we see each other as equals. Wars today are fought more over idealologies than skin color. So it goes with gender. As the differences between us begin to matter less and less, people become more free to express who they are. As homosexuality becomes more excepted, more people with even less conventional sexual preferences become free to live more in the open. I think as time passes this will only continue. In other words, gender identity has always been very complicated and diverse, and there have always been people who were not satisfied with their gender, but they simply didn't live in a society where they could express it. It is societal progress that they now feel they can.

  • Newer generations are not blurring too many lines when it comes to gender identity.

    Newer generations are not blurring too many lines when it comes to gender identity. People have the right to identify themselves in whatever way they feel comfortable. It doesn't matter what people call themselves, it matters what kind of person they are on the inside. If labeling themselves in a certain manner makes them feel better about themselves, why should we stand in the way of that?


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