@WtfAlexa said in Gender studies, with Judith (most useful degree in the world): Gender. Sêx. Are they the same? What even is their meaning anymore? Is there more than two of each? So obviously throughout the years, the definition of these words seem to have taken a weird turn. When asked how many genders there are, some will tell you 2, and others might name as many as 63. Seems like there is a huge range of opinions when it comes to gender, with SJWs particularly siding on one extreme and mostly right-wing activists on the other. Gender and sêx seem to be a subject that has risen a lot in popularity in 2018, so much so it's now even considered a university degree to study it. So I thought it would be interesting to see what you peeps have to say about it. To do so we can draw the context of a friend, announcing for example that they are non-binary (term for genders that fall somewhere in the middle of the gender spectrum and are neither strictly male or female). How would you react? What's your definition of gender? Is it assigned at birth? Does it defer from sêx? Are you more: or: ps- this topic was wirtten while tipsy, my bad for gramma.r mistakes and whatnot This is interesting but I do not know the answer