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Would a truly genderless society have need for an activist such as Sheila Jeffreys?

  • truly genderless society

    Yes, there would be need. If society were genderless, we would still need a person like Sheila Jeffreys. It's very rare that someone stands for a cause this strongly and without flinching. If it wasn't for gay and women's rights, she would find some other inequality to fight for. We need many more like her.

  • Yes, there would be need.

    If society were genderless, we would still need a person like Sheila Jeffreys. It's very rare that someone stands for a cause this strongly and without flinching. If it wasn't for gay and women's rights, she would find some other inequality to fight for. We need many more like her.

  • She Would Have A Different Job

    According to Wikipedia, Sheila Jeffreys is known as a lesbian feminist scholar and political activist, known for her analysis of the history and politics of sexuality in Britain. Given that her work is all based in gender problems and feminism, she certainly wouldn't have much to say about a genderless society. She is a professor of Political Science, so she'd still have her place in society.

  • It would be resolved.

    No, a truly genderless society would not have a need for an activist such as Sheila Jeffreys, because she would have gotten everything that she wanted. She would have to find some other divisive issue in order to continue to gather attention. In a genderless society, the issue of gender is a moot one.

  • People Will Always Find A Way To Be Discriminatory

    I am imagining this means, taking away the male/female section on any type of work application, and things of that nature. That may help when you do not have to see the applicant in person, but all environments would probably still be the same, as far as coexisting together. People just need to get over their prejudice's, or at least try to deal with them.


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