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So, y’all would have noticed that I don’t post much on this blog any more, but I still occasionally blog over at Opinions on High, the Melbourne Law School blog covering the decisions of the High Court of Australia, where I am one of the editors (along with Professor Jeremy Gans).
I’m not usually given to quoting Bill Lawry around these parts, but the last week has been somewhat…busy. For good reason, though.
This is based on a comment I made here.
If you think the bodies are sexed (clearly true) and psyches are sexed (a bit murkier, but broadly true) then it is easy to get more than two genders.
Male (male in body and psyche)
Female (female in body and psyche)
Third (body and psyche don’t match).
Hello there, Legal Eagle here. Skepticlawyer wrote the post below but wasn’t able to post it on the blog because technology. I’m putting it up in her stead.
As many of you know, I’m currently on an author tour to Australia to promote Kingdom of the Wicked Book I – Rules.
It probably won’t surprise anyone who knows me well that I’ll be voting “Yes” in the Same Sex Marriage postal survey. After all, I’m a small-l liberal, non-religious legal academic with many friends in same-sex relationships. I’m the stereotypical “Yes” voter. But I have become increasingly concerned that the “Yes” vote will not win, despite the fact that the majority of my friends on Facebook have rainbow profile pictures.
British people often react with incompr