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ad 1) that was the setup for the argument. the conclusion is literally "our pronouns are sexed, not “gendered” " and "gender describes pronouns; pronouns do not describe gender!".

> neurological sex/gender
exactly the confusion the article bemoans. just saying "neurological sex" is completely sufficient and using the term gender here is superfluous, as you even alluded to ("count it more as sex than gender.").

> social gender is (...) what varies between cultures
i don't need gender to talk about that, cause there's evolutionary psychology with which i can additionally even talk about what unites all cultures ("human universals").
the rest is not a definition but thoughts that already assume that "(social) gender" is a thing.

... so ... gender is an amalgamation of sex and culturual differences? that's what i get but i hardly think you'd agree with that summary.
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