Does Biology Have Anything to Contribute to Thinking About Sex and Gender?

Paul Grobstein
General Programs 290
Bryn Mawr and Haverford Colleges
19 October 2004

Does Biology Have Anything to Contribute to Thinking About Sex and Gender

An alternative story

The "biology", from which follows ...

(addition 20 October)

Is a "scientific" story, ie is "assailable": reflects describable observations, has implications ... needs to be compared to other stories in those terms, accepted (always tentatively) if useful

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