- Aug 4, 2011
I'm 100% putting my ideas into practice, because I assume that the average person doesn't care about gender identity (which they don't). The average person identifies as "who cares." I don't assume the gender of that person because they almost certainly don't have any fixed conceptualization of gender for themselves, pigeonholing is what people do to each other, not themselves.You see someone engaging in a behaviour that's stereotypically associated with one gender. You yourself want to tell me that such stereotypes are literally all there is to gender. But you're not actually putting that into practice, because you also don't assume the gender of that person based on those behaviours.
In clearly follows that in practice, you're acknowledging there's more to gender than stereotypes.
There isn't more to gender than stereotypes. But you're making a mistake thinking gender is a law of nature that applies to people universally.