The office of BGLTQ Student Life at Harvard University has issued a new school-sponsored publications that promotes fighting "transphobia." The guide, which was distributed to students, declares "there are more than two sexes" and that "gender is fluid and changing," adding that gender identity can even "change from day to day."
Personally, I couldn't give a rat's behind about the issue of gender identification. It's a social issue - meaning a personal issue - that has way too many people weighing in on it with a false sense of authority on the matter. If you identify as gay, transgender, trans-species, whatever, I don't care as long as you don't put your "identification baggage" onto me. I don't judge but for whether you're an assh*ole or not.
That said, Harvard is pushing a scientific lie here. There is no fluid gender fluctuation. You either have male genitalia or female genitalia. Even those who have undergone transition surgery have either male genitalia or female genitalia, period, dot.
While a person's perception of the intellectual sexual identification may fluctuate, their genders certainly do not. And for one of our higher education institutions to be foisting this bullsh*t onto both the students and the country is both unnecessary and irresponsible.