That’s evidently not what I support, biology and social constructivism must work together, without any kind of problems
But in the same time, you must understand that some things like ‘being obese’, even though it’s not really healthy biologically speaking, must not necessarily mean it cannot be considered beautiful by social standards.
I must say there are individuals who definitely do not like the idea that being obese or anorexic is not healthy, and still radically cling to their ideas of beauty, and so forth, but reality has it that they die earlier than anyone out of these conditions. It’s a pity, but it’s their choice of life, such as euthanasia / PAS. From my honest point of view… it’s a regrettable loss of human lives, but we’ve come to that point in history where we can have those freedoms. And especially, the freedom of not being discriminated against based on those biological differences.
I support universities having courses related to gender studies, because it’s their right to do so. When the Catholic reform came in Europe, they gradually lifted the censorship on scientific studies. But before that, christians condemned any kind of ‘heretical’ theories before even going to practice, same thing might go here.
I don’t believe the academic standards would limit such gender studies, imho. I’ve seen a lot of gender studies which are proven to be quite interesting and truly social constructive, while respecting also academic standards. But then again, why would JP retreat his campaign anyway?
Rofl, I know of these trolls. This is where / when the radical part kicks-in, and hypocrisy kicks-in also!