Re: memes and sexuality

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    In a message dated 4/13/2001 2:14:13 PM Pacific Daylight Time,

    > The "gender" meme itself shows a bias, because it really means "sex" not
    > "gender."
    > In human brains there are two sexes. Gender has to do with grammar.

    According to the American Heritage Dictionary:
    Definition of gender:
    2. Sexual identity, especially in relation to society or culture.
    3. a. The condition of being female or male; sex.
        b. Females or males considered as a group

    Len Jayson

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