A recent anthropological paper documented a new “Trans Doe Task Force” that focuses on the “disservice” to society by those who identify human remains as male or female because those individuals, when alive, may not have “clearly fit the gender binary.”
The group suggests “a gender-expansive approach to human identification by combing missing and unidentified databases looking for contextual clues such as decedents wearing clothing culturally coded to a gender other than their assigned sex.”
Just months ago, Jennifer Raff, of the University of Kansas, claimed there are “no neat divisions between physically or genetically ‘male’ or ‘female’ individuals.”
Her wokeness propelled her to the idea that scientists “cannot know the gender of a 9,000 year-old biologically Peruvian hunter because they don’t know whether the hunter identified as male or female.”
She blamed that “‘duality’ concept” on “Christian colonizers.”
I did not realize that anthropologists were just as susceptible to gender madness as the rest of the academic community. The insanity is spreading.