July 20, 2019

New Research Proves "Gender" is Indeed "Binary"

Timothy Birdnow

While we all understand (at least all Aviary readers) that there are differences between men and women and that this is related to our genetic makeup, we have been forced to argue with radicals who want to say that "gender is fluid" and that we're just a hodge-podge of sexual traits. There has been no real science done to either affirm or deny the assertion. Until now.

According to an article in Physorg:

A team of researchers affiliated with several institutions in the U.S. has discovered genome-wide variations in gene expression between male and female mammals. In their paper published in the journal Science, the group describes their RNA sequencing studies in several types of mammals and what they found.

Physiological differences between mammalian genders are quite often easy to spot—in addition to organs involved in reproduction, there are skeletal and facial hair differences, as well as height differences. Prior research and anecdotal evidence has also suggested there may be some differences in the way the brain works. But what about variations in gene expression? The researchers in this new effort report that very little research has been done in this area, which is a problem—recent studies have shown that there are many gender-based health issues. Women are more likely to suffer from autoimmune diseases, for example. And men are more likely to develop cardiovascular diseases.

Get that? There are clear cut differences in the expression of genes between men and women. This puts the lie to the claim that the differences are primarily cultural and educational.

There's more:

To learn more about gender-based gene expression, the researchers sequenced the RNA of both genders of four non-human mammals: rats, mice, macaques and dogs. As part of their efforts, they tested different tissues in each of the animals to ensure that each germ layer was represented. They also sequenced tissue from all of the most prominent organs. They then compared what they found to similar data collected from human subjects stored in the Genotype Tissue Expression Consortium database.

The researchers found examples of hundreds of conserved gender-biased gene expressions in each tissue. As just one example, they found that 12 percent of the gender differences related to average height in humans could be attributed to conserved gender-biased gene expression. They note that such findings are significant because they prove that gender biases in gene expression can lead directly to differences in traits.

So, what have we learned? Sex - or as the Left likes to mislabel it, gender - is a fundamental genetic characteristic. In short you ARE BORN EITHER MALE OR FEMALE. It is clearly a "binary" choice. There is no "spectrum" of sexuality.

The researchers admitted there has been virtually no research done in this direction. Does anyone wonder why? Science is paid for almost entirely by the government these days, and there has been a move afoot for a while to fundamentally redefine the nature of being male or female. Any researcher crazy enough to go here will be in for a world of hurt. I feel sorry for these people; they are going to find their careers just went over a cliff.

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