Julia Serano wrote an essay about the problematic aspects of separating sex from gender, when sex categories are viewed as being ‘purely biological’ and therefore more truthful or accurate, and gender is regarded as ‘entirely social’ or constructed. This argument is used to invalidate trans women as women, which is an example of transmisogyny. In understanding the distinctions and layers of sex and gender it is crucial to remember that self-identification is always the most accurate and truthful information about a person. Anyone who identifies as a woman is a woman. Read the essay here Debunking “Trans Women Are Not Women” Arguments .
Read the full article here On Transgender People And ‘Biological Sex’ Myths