from the American Thinker:
Boys Will Be Boys, Except When They Are Girls
There are two sexes, male and female, depending on whether one possesses two X chromosomes or an X and a Y chromosome. There are rare exceptions, where someone had a third chromosome, and his sex is indeterminate.
Today, “gender,” a now longstanding feminist buzzword and stand-in for sex, has become more complicated than the tax code. For most individuals, gender corresponds to biological sex, which gender theory proponents call “cisgender.” A few identify as something other than their biological sex, or “transgender.” Traditional identification as male or female is considered “binary,” while those who don’t fit neatly into the either-or choices are “non-binary.” “Genderqueer” is another name for non-binary, referring to those who “express a combination of masculinity and femininity, or neither, in their gender expression.”