Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Sex – Definition

sex
/seks/

Noun.

1.  Either of the two categories (male and female) into which humans and many other living things are divided on the basis of their reproductive organs and functions. The biological and physiological reality or state of male or female.

2. (Biology) The sum of the structural, functional, and behavioral characteristics of organisms that are involved in reproduction marked by the union of gametes and that distinguish males and females

3. The act or activity of engaging in sexual intercourse, i.e., the penetration of male-female sexual organs.

Synonyms:  coitus, coition, copulation, mating, sexual intercourse; when done outside of marriage: fornication.

Some Examples:

1. The form asks for your name, age, and sex.

2. There are only two sexes: male and female.

3. You cannot choose your sex any more than you can choose your age.

4. Having sex is required to consummate a marriage.

BACKGROUND: Sex is a precisely determinable genetic fact; a scientifically demonstrable biological reality referring to persons or living organisms. As such, sex can never be altered or changed. While an individual's physical appearance may be cosmetically changed or modified, or they may change their personal opinion as to their sex; their DNA, or chromosomes, can never be altered.

Ideological propaganda terms or expressions like "biological male," "biological female," or "gender,” are used by aberrosexualist extremists to mislead and fool people into falling for their lunacy. As far as the facts are concerned, a so-called ‘biological male’ is and always will be a male, and a so-called "biological female" is and always will be a female. While an individual may cosmetically alter their physical appearance, they can never change the chromosomes that make them a man or a woman until the day they die.


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