When you meet someone and you can’t tell if the person is a male or a female, it bothers you.
I think Freud noted that you may remember nothing about a person except whether he is male or female.
Yale professor of Psychology Paul Bloom says in his new book — How Pleasure Works: The new science of why we like what we like — that when he gets an email from someone with a foreign-name, it unsettles him when he can’t figure out whether the person is male or female.
Dennis Prager said on his radio show today: “I have compassion for any man who feels like he needs to wear a dress. The left says because an individual wants to work out his issues, society must bend to that person’s issue.”
Jeff emails: It’s not the left, it