A long read but a BRILLIANTLY GOOD ONE.
So, as promised, here is an annotated transcript of yesterday’s feminist death match between Sally Hines, Professor of Sociology and Gender Identities at the University of Leeds, and our very own Kathleen Stock, Professor of Philosophy at the University of Sussex, very ably adjudicated by Jane Garvey.
I’ve done kind of what I do when I annotate most texts. Sarcasm, interrogation, incredulity, and analysis….welcome to my marginalia…
We all know how it went, but, enjoy the re-run…. 🙂
JG: What are sex and gender and what explains the current argument around them? *Introduces Kathleen and Sally*
JG: Okay Sally, in simple terms, I’m starting this one with you, what are sex and gender?
SH: So, sex, I would argue, is a very complex mix of chromosomes, hormones, and genitals…
Shall we talk about gametes or reproductive function, Sally? No, best not eh?
So, we are talking about biological…
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