By your definition someone born with female genitalia but without the ability to reproduce would not be a woman. Good to know. I have a family member who has poly cystic ovaries so cannot give birth. Apparently she is not a woman in the same way as someone with fully functional reproductive system. If someone is born with female genitals but somehow are not fertile, are they a woman?

SEX BASED PROTECTIONS mean what? Only people with the same genitals in the same space? No problem. I don’t know anyone who would want to be anywhere near someone as hostile as you showing any kinds of genitals. If you are trying to say I shouldn’t use the ladies room when I have to pee, though, you might want to rethink that.

Oh, and as to your fundamentalist upbringing, It’s interesting to see that your views toward trans people are no different from fundamentalist Christians who think we are “unnatural” and “against God.” Apparently you haven’t traveled as far as you might believe.

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