Gender

Using the textbook Anthropology: What does it mean to be human?, we read “What can anthropology tell us about sex, gender, and sexuality?” for Introduction to Anthropology 2018.

One of my most-read posts on this blog is “Gender is a Social Construction: Anthropology on Sex, Gender and Sexuality” which I wrote in 2012.

For a 2021 update, see Sex-Gender-Sexuality.


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