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

Paul Grobstein
General Programs 290
Bryn Mawr and Haverford Colleges
5 October 2005

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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