Defining ‘Woman’ Starts with Humanity, Not Femaleness

"Conservatives quickly memed Jackson, portraying her refusal to answer the question as clear indication of progressive nonsense. After all, anyone should be able to define what a woman is. The only problem with this, of course, is that we’ve struggled to define what a woman is for thousands of years." - Hannah Anderson

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STEM and sex differences in occupational preference: some differences are universal

"...we analyzed the occupational aspirations of nearly half a million 15- and 16-year-olds across 80 developing and developed nations that participated in the 2018 Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) of mathematics, science, and reading competencies." - IFS

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GARBC has updated its purpose statement and article of faith on creation and gender

"During the business meeting on Monday, voting messengers approved an update to the GARBC’s official Purpose Statement. ...The messengers also approved an expansion to the association’s official doctrinal position on Creation (Article of Faith V) to address the issue of human gender more explicitly." - GARBC

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Episcopal Church Debates Whether to Make God Gender-Neutral in Book of Common Prayer

"As the 79th General Convention of the Episcopal Church kicks off in Austin, Texas, on Wednesday, church officials are set to consider competing resolutions on whether their Book of Common Prayer, last revised in 1979, needs to be revised to send a strong message that God does not have a gender." - CPost

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"While the world may be surprised that 'a scientist's gender can skew research results,' Christians shouldn't be."

"According to a Jan. 10 article in the journal Science Advances, volunteers for experiments as diverse as intelligence tests and pain sensitivity studies have been found to respond differently when they are dealing with a researcher of the opposite gender." BPNews

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