This short article is component of a number of interviews featuring perspectives that are international the aftereffects of the thought of ‘gender identity’ within general public policy. We have been grateful to all or any the ladies that have consented to be interviewed. Their views will often disagree, which enriches the show. First and foremost, many thanks to Dominican paper El Caribe for the dedication to help women’s directly to talk about general public policy freely and without censorship.
The unexpected introduction regarding the idea of ‘gender identity’ into general general public policy throughout the world has produced a serious chaos, riddled with global confusion and clashes of mismatched theories regarding the concept of intercourse, gender and individual identification. Continue reading