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Room Erupts Into Chaos After Anthropologist Says No Way To Tell Sex Of Person Based On Bones

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paul
paul
10 months ago

Some may like to use the excuse that there are outliers at each end of the bell curve, that some women may have very narrow hips, and some men may be relatively lightly built, so an anthropologist can’t just assume that a skeleton belongs to a man or a woman based on these features. Which, sure, whatever. But there’s lots of features that differentiate men and women, such as femoral angle, the size of the birthing canal, shoulder width, bone density, jaw lines, and many others. In totality, I’m pretty sure an honest anthropologist can determine the sex of a skeleton.

Yxxy
Yxxy
10 months ago
Reply to  paul

You can not fight this madness with reason. This is the world we live in where certain “people” (without calling them on names) are feeling oppressed by the truth and prioritize their own mental gymnastics over facts and you need to comply:

“I was deeply uncomfortable with how cis-normative the whole culture of pregnancy was. Phrases like ‘pregnant women’ and ‘expectant mothers’ made my skin crawl and made me feel wrong … Being in a building for “women” during childbirth felt oppressive and made him think of his transgender male friends who were pregnant. It made David think of himself too. The gendered language, assumption of gender, and default terms used by nurses and doctors that referred to all birthers as women and moms made him feel excluded and unwelcome, like he didn’t belong, even if the medical providers were warm and caring.”

https://www.parents.com/pregnancy/my-body/pregnancy-health/trans-and-nonbinary-people-can-be-pregnant-too/

Karo
Karo
10 months ago
Reply to  paul

This is obviously crappy scientist and just admitted it 😁 whole decades we’re fed in pop science restored ancient skeletons watering skin and some rugs described specifically as male or female, so no, I don’t buy it, he just cheated thought his degree, should be fired 😊

Vievie
Vievie
10 months ago

This is a great video clip. I’m so proud of this lady for having the courage to stand up for herself, her teammates, and indeed all women.

My hubby and I did our monthly errand run to Target this past weekend, and I couldn’t help noticing that they have a huge promotional photo hanging over the women’s and girls’ department with three models ~ one of whom is an extremely androgynous young lady with a shaved head, and another of whom is a straight-up man, wearing shoulder-length hair and dangle earrings. Also, there’s another large photo of a man hovering over the cosmetics department, applying some type of foundation to his cheek.

Guess how many photos of women were placed in the men’s clothing department? That’s right, exactly zero.

This isn’t about inclusion. It’s pure, blatant sexism in our faces, which we are supposed to not only tolerate, but wholeheartedly embrace. I’m just there to buy some dog food and laundry detergent ~ why do I need to be exposed to sexist politics?

Last edited 10 months ago by vievie
Emily
Emily
10 months ago
Reply to  Vievie

Sorry, but if you don’t like something that a specific business is doing, you don’t have to buy from them. Vote with your wallet.

Vievie
Vievie
10 months ago
Reply to  Emily

For sure! I’ve already got a long list of companies I do not purchase from. Haven’t stepped foot in a Walmart in over 2 decades. Just added Kate Spade to the list last week, sadly. I’m just saying ~ the list grows longer by the day. I miss the days when it was just accepted common sense to not mix business with politics; like I said, I’m just trying to buy some household essentials (that we don’t make or grow on our homestead) without being bombarded and offended.

Razz
Razz
10 months ago

That’s ridiculous they don’t have to be dead for you to see it either. Men have a sloping forehead,brow bone, straight clavical (collar bone) straight back, belly button is below the waist. On a female the forehead is straight up and down no brow bone and a backwards C in the back, the belly button where the waist comes in. The clavical is also not straight it’s more like a /. The back being curved is a biological function without it a woman couldn’t carry the weight of a child. Early bridges got their design from this.

Shabs
Shabs
10 months ago

I’m so tired of this sh*t.

john
john
10 months ago

why dont we just say trans are an insults to our intelligence and we find the ideas they promote are offensive? why do they have all the rights and normal people dont?

marie
marie
10 months ago

If you think this is bad just listen to the current children’s cartoons. Men playing women’s voices, males dressed as females, ‘white’ races being descrimnated in all kinds of ways, Illuminati/freemason hidden symbolism and actual freemason advocating in the cartoon. They are programming kids to such disgusting degrees, and they actually started a lot of these cartoons with the first handful of episodes somewhat innocent so the parent screening it will be thinking it’s great and not even notice it slowly changes.

Hope
Hope
10 months ago
Reply to  marie

Yeah I turned on I think it was Disney Plus the other day, just to see and the very first cartoon was about “how my cousin is different and he’s great!” and it was about an effeminate boy wanting to “do things differently”. If this is the very very very first cartoon that one might see when turning on that app, that only means there are who knows how many more, and how many hours more just like it.

And believe me, there won’t be any episodes about
“He’s a boy, and he acts like a boy, and we all love him for it! Look! He’s in sports, and now he’s dirty. It’s OK that he was born a boy and likes being a boy! He goes fishing with his dad. He gets good grades and listens to his parents.”
or
“Look at my friend. She likes to read the Bible and pray every night. Wow, let’s ask her about why she likes to do that. That’s cool! She also likes to wears pretty dresses to church. Let’s ask about those nice gowns.”

Things like that just aren’t allowed anymore on mainstream. You can find them on smile.tv, but not Disney or anything like that.

Nope. Mainstream kid’s tv wants to focus on boys in dresses, pride parades, girls being witches, etc.

Hope
Hope
10 months ago

“I’m the expert”

That’s what makes me the most angry. Is that these people think they have a free pass to say (and do) whatever they want, and everyone must believe them because they tag themselves as being an expert.

In their belief systems we are to explicitly and infinitely trust anyone who was given a title. Even if they were handed an honorary title, or if they’ve worked in a field that has become entirely and obviously corrupted. And in doing so these people are allowed to lie, abuse their “titles”, be corrupt, steal, cheat to get titles, follow a hurtful agenda, run the world through secret societies etc.

And people allow it because enthusiastically obey and believe based on title alone.

I’m glad this “entitled” man found himself in a room of people who refuse to do just that.

Vievie
Vievie
10 months ago
Reply to  Hope

💯

Confused
Confused
10 months ago

Obviously, he has never watched the television show Bones (lol).

All kidding aside, they are really stretching it to make the point that there is no difference between male and female even with the obvious realities. But it’s the children I am really worried about. How “they” manipulate minds is so very scary. Social media has taken over parenthood. There will be a whole generation that will be totally deceived by these lies. That’s what “they” are working towards, IMHO.

Emily
Emily
10 months ago

As an anthropologist myself, I can unequivocally say, “He’s not one of ours!” Even first-year undergraduate anthropology students know that there are multiple signifiers that can tell you if a skeleton is male or female.