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#45 - IamSofaKingdom (05/29/2015) [-]
I never stated that your biology does not influence your decision making. A man with abnormally low levels of testosterone is obviously effected by it. My point is that, that does not equate cause.
Just like the link you shared, the subjects share a common trait but that trait is also in subjects that do not exhibit the same problems. That means that it is either a coincidence or an attributing factor, not a determining one. I stated that they cannot claim they are born with it, because they are not. If it was a trait they were born with, then the traits pointed out (like your example) would mean that they would have the same problems, not a chance to.
I ended my comment saying I don't care if they live that way, go ahead and do it, just don't blame your genetics for your decision. Your last sentence is confusing because it makes it sound like you didn't read or misunderstood the end of my comment.
#75 - Deeticky (05/30/2015) [-]
I wasn't trying to argue with you in my final sentence, in fact, I think you and I agree on the notion that people should be able to make their own choice. I was just adding my own opinion. I apologize if it was confusing. Unfortunately, the Funnyjunk comments section does not allow for body language or tone, which means confusion can happen easily. I appreciate this opportunity to clarify.
I'm not trying to say that a person's gender identity is 100% controlled by their genetics. However, like you said, genetics likely at least contributed to their mental state.
In mental health, genetics aren't guarantees. Oftentimes, they simply increase or decrease the likelihood that a person will possess certain traits/ develop a certain condition. For example, the alcoholism gene runs in my family. I have a lot of alcoholic relatives, and it even though environmental factors (such as what age they had their first drink, whether they have depression or not, etc.) play a big role in their alcoholism, it would also be ignorant of me to say that the alcoholic gene had nothing to do with it. The gene made them more likely to become alcoholics than a person without the gene.
In the same way, we must look at a person's gender identity as a combination of many factors, both environmental and genetic. The main point I'm trying to make is that we shouldn't attribute it 100% to genetics, but we also shouldn't pretend that genetics don't p[lay a potentially significant role.
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#43 - drastronomy (05/29/2015) [-]
Well, that applies only to a certain extent. The traditional, universal models of masculinity implies strength (physical and emotional), intelligence, steadfastness, independence willpower and non-emotionalness. Femininity often implies fertility, compassion, love, innocence, high regard of family, and motherhood. This applies in most, if not all cultures.
I fear that society will stagnate, and eventually decay, if the genetically present steadfastness and stubbornness of man ends, and especially if it is vilified. I believe females should be feminine, as they tend to be biologically disposed to have the aforementioned traits, and the same applies to men.
#74 - Deeticky (05/30/2015) [-]
Well, the traits you listed for both men and women are pretty good traits for any person to have. They also do not contradict each other. I don't think that society would decay if people sought to possess all of those traits you listed instead of just possessing the traits assigned to their gender. In fact, i think society would thrive.
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