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Wed Oct 25, 2017 3:20pm

Social gender is an old topic, and one which has been painstakingly researched. It doesn't always match up with biological gender (although such cases are rather rare). A huge list of gender-associated behaviors are determined by multiple factors, and not all of those factors are biological. That is to say, the zillions of nuanced gender-differentiated behaviors humans exhibit are not solely determined by DNA. Upbringing and environment play a big part, too. Is it such a stretch to believe that some of those contextual factors can override biological gender inclinations, at least on behaviors more-removed from the instinctual?

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