Tag Archive: gender

the significance of anatomical gender

… if you could kindly point me to those more experienced, and I’m supposing more knowledgeable, people who have reasonably proven that three and four-year-old children commonly raise, and moreover have the ability to… Continue reading

principal culprit

If LBGTIs are not naturally selected, then someone is going to argue that they are genetically un-natural. This is then a stone’s throw away from being listed as a psychological disorder. This might… Continue reading

a word about discrimination

Discrimination is an odd little thing.  Things can look so nice on the surface but it’s all rather grimy underneath.  I live in a country with a female president.  It’s also proud to… Continue reading

the innocent allure of a hot drink

he really could have just wanted to speak to her There’s a bit of confusion in some sectors of the population, hopefully not many, about where the modern feminist expression of female sexuality… Continue reading

an imaginary exercise for all men (and some women too)

I am a man after all. I would like all the men reading this to indulge me in a little imaginary exercise.  Imagine you live in a world where, because of the biological… Continue reading

perfection

If humankind is good, why haven’t there been any perfect people down through history we can look to and emulate? I was asked this question recently in response to my opposition to defining… Continue reading

the ethical upper hand

I recently turned down a speaking engagement simply on the CHANCE that there would be men in the audience. Is there a simple and pure moral and ethical code that humans can live… Continue reading

the badness of sin

“Please, turn away from your sin – all of your sin ..” I’m a self-evolved atheist.  What I mean is, I was born into a Christian family and accepted their religion as the ‘natural’… Continue reading

imaginary lines

“We’re all on the line.” I always liked the description of sexuality as a line with homosexuality on one side, heterosexuality on the other side and bisexuality plonked in the middle. People like… Continue reading

a change afoot

“A shoddy, misogynistic excuse for good television.” I recently read a post about the TV programme Game of Thrones. It totally interested me because I had had similar feelings attempting to watch that programme.… Continue reading