moonbattery logo

Feb 17 2021

Propaganda Imitates Parody at Scientific American

In 2017, a pair of pranksters demonstrated that moonbattery is making a mockery of academia by getting a parody article about how sex organs are a social construct published in an academic journal. Their warning was wasted. Radical moonbattery has seeped out of the ivy-covered ivory tower to infect the broader society. As noted at Not the Bee, parody is now presented as reality:

The Scientific American published an actual article arguing that sexual organs are merely social constructs, not biological realities of dichotomous sex with specific functions in procreation.

Pranksters Jamie Lindsay and Peter Boyle were probably sniggering as they wrote this:

Anatomical penises may exist, but as pre-operative transgendered women also have anatomical penises, the penis vis-à-vis maleness is an incoherent construct. We argue that the conceptual penis is better understood not as an anatomical organ but as a social construct isomorphic to performative toxic masculinity. Through detailed poststructuralist discursive criticism and the example of climate change, this paper will challenge the prevailing and damaging social trope that penises are best understood as the male sexual organ and reassign it a more fitting role as a type of masculine performance.

Yet Rachel E. Gross no doubt wore an expression of smug righteousness as she excreted the following for Scientific America:

[W]hat is a penis? … Basically, we’re talking about a fleshy organ lined with columns of spongy tissue, which can fill with blood and grow rigid. As it turns out, that’s also the definition of a clitoris, which develops out of the same embryonic structures and is made up of the same tissues. …

“What I’ve come to realize is that everything a man has a woman has; everything a woman has, a man has, anatomically,” says Dr. Marci Bowers, a gender affirmation surgeon in Palo Alto who has done more than 2,000 male-to-female surgeries. “The penis is just a large clitoris. In fact, I don’t know why they don’t just call it a large clitoris.” …

[M]uch of what we know about our nether regions has been shaped by lazy, antiquated stereotypes about what men and women are. Looking past the penis and beyond the binary categories of male/female, penis/vagina (or, more accurately, penis/clitoris) opens our eyes to the full spectrum of gender and genitalia in all its glorious permutations.

Yet again we see that the liberal establishment is at war with reality.

Hilariously, liberals denounce their opponents as enemies of science.

On tips from Steve T and Mr. Freemarket.


YOUR SUPPORT IS CRUCIAL


Donations buy time to produce more content. If you enjoy this site, please consider donating by clicking the button below:



Comments are closed.


Alibi3col theme by Themocracy