Therefor sex/gender are not that different from a biological point of view, can there be differences, absolutely, but it’s not as different as many would want to believe. Sex isn’t simplified into male/female, through chromosomal differences, variations and deep complexities in gene expression through different chemical and exposures responses, biological changes through later stage hormonal exposure, surgical interventions, changes in blood, bone and composition, changes in bone development, and many more all lead to a far broader and more nuanced understanding of things often generalized as ‘sex’. As people seek to define ever more stringent definitions of “sex” it does seem to be with an eye to not allowing any loopholes that allow trans people to be legitimised. I find the argument that acknowledging a trans persons sex erases their transness of a similar ilk to those who seek to erase minority’s experience using the argument we don’t need labels we are all just people (mammals even, according to pages past) such an argument while seeming a noble nod to equality and goal is actually a tool to silence the minority and rob them of the language to identify and resolve the inequalities they experience. I would say that the hyper simplifications are beneficial until our rights and ease in society is guaranteed.
So can sex and gender differ, sure ish, but it’s one hell of a lot more complicated than the simplified definitions that dichotomy exists in, so therefore it is more politically beneficial for us to operate within the existing simplifications and just say they are the same. There are lots of different types of asses, and there is surely an ass that will fit your preferences. Lots of women feel the same way. In the same way that the extraordinarily complex journey of transition and self discovery is simplified to ‘boy brain in girl body’ or ‘girl brain in boy body’. For example if our gender identities could be explained completely explained from a genetic and medical perspective than would the binary, ridged and simplified definition of sex also have to be reclassified? You want to argue that this means we don’t have an adequate definition for sex, I think that is demonstrably untrue, sex is well understood.
There are exceptions and some women have zero guilt but, for most women, there is something about actual penetration that is different. Those who don’t are mentally ill. I am not sure how wishing to accept and recognise the actual experience of a trans person is erasing that experience, free live sex naked it seems you are the one who wants to do that. What our better understanding has also provided is a slightly better understanding of what causes, or at least what correlates with, individuals who are transgender and/or have gender dysphoria. If you practice yoga in your daily routine, then it will surely give you the top-notch health benefits which are not given by any other physical activity. Such information can be had from certain Yoga exhibitionist sites (https://freeonlineporncam.com) and videos. As Yoga becomes more and more of a common household world, it’s hard to escape its impact on the world. Buck, he said, was more interested in getting him high than having sex.
Sex boxes can be used for various activities such as queening, smothering, or experimenting with various sexual positions. Another factor is people can have different interests, yet society encourages gender conformity. It’s just simplified so that cis people can have some basic understandings and empathy towards us so that our legal rights may be granted and so that we may move through the world in peace. In this way, what is an extraordinarily complex and developing science regarding the complexities of what has been referred to as ‘biological sex’, must be simplified so that legal and social rights can be assured. Pretty much yep. But I don’t think the definition is really getting any more stringent, people are just choosing one of a number of characteristics from a complex system to target trans people while forgiving cis peoples equal failure to meet the criteria, The narrow definition is quickly discarded or shifted onto the next when they are done with it.
I don’t think challenging the strict definitions or even succeeding in an argument that trans people can change sex or even are and always have been the sex they identify as erases them as trans, Quite the opposite, it would be wrong to say that cis people have a universal experience of sex, anti trans activists will claim that no trans women can be a woman because she has never experienced unwanted sexual attention in school, they will go as far as using FGM to carve out experiences only cis people have that trans people cant in a similar race as in the sex definition above, but again refuse to acknowledge that a white woman from Chelsea had no more experience or worry about FGM than any trans woman. On the definition side of the argument I can see what you are trying to do. For the preservation of the human race, Nature demands that women are attracted to strong, dominant, confident men.