"Expert" Professor Tells Speaker Riley Gaines There No Bone Difference In Males And Females

The amazing—and perhaps unpardonable—thing about the transgender craze is that the medical establishment supports the idea of "gender-affirming care," which is largely ruining the lives of young people who are ill-equipped to be giving their consent to life-altering, permanent changes to their bodies.

In fact, professionals in every field have capitulated to the left's hatred toward anyone who rejects the illogical idea that a man may decide to suddenly become a woman or vice versa. We are expected to embrace this absurd idea, which defies science, and as a result, the U.S. Justice of the Supreme Court declining to define what a woman is.

Another example would be an anthropologist disputing accepted truths about the human body, even if it means being laughed out of the room.

At the University of Pittsburgh, former collegiate swimmer Riley Gaines was discussing the issue of men participating in women's sports when Gabby Yearwood, a senior lecturer in the school's anthropology department, said that skeletal remains cannot determine a deceased person's sex. Thomas is a transgender swimmer who is 6 feet, 4 inches tall and biologically male.

"Would you be able to distinguish between a man and a woman only based on their skeletons if you dug up two humans 100 years from now?" Gaines questioned Yearwood.

He said, "No," to laughter from the audience that was obviously upsetting him. Yearwood argued, "I'm not sure why I'm being laughed at if I'm the expert in the room. I have a doctorate! ”

Yet, the Daily Wire stated that the left is pressuring anthropologists to "no longer categorize human remains as male or female, as well as dismiss evidence connected to racial origins."

Gaines told the Daily Wire that the solution is obvious to "every single rational person": men have narrower hips, different skulls, an extra rib, larger femurs, and different mouths. Even someone with a Ph.D. was willing to lie to virtue signal or to dispel the idea that sex is a social construct, which is untrue, as evidenced by his response of "No."

Gaines studied human health sciences and health law at the University of Kentucky for her undergraduate degree and now promotes radical gender theory.

In actuality, she continued, "to ignore the truth of what a man and a woman is, and to enable males to penetrate women's spaces and our sports that were once sex-protected, that is not nice. As a society, we want to put off this farce that we're inclusive, kind, welcoming, loving, and tolerant. That is actually discriminatory because it excludes the predominantly female athletes and the predominantly female population in general, which is what these sex-protected areas and categories were designed to do.

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