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Creatures show that gender is neither rigid nor constant

  • COURTESY SUSAN SCOTT

    Most anemonefish are born male and change to female as the need arises. This is a Clark’s anemonefish swimming off Palau.

North Carolina politicians recently passed a law that requires people in public buildings and schools to use the bathroom corresponding to their gender at birth. When an NPR reporter asked the Rev. Alex McFarland, a North Carolina evangelist, why he supports this legislation, he replied, “This is an issue of natural law … and natural law is the recognition that there are males and females.” Read more

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