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Offline MH

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Re: Gender Culture
« Reply #15 on: June 13, 2017, 05:42:43 am »

 If a Muslim member of BodyBlitz complained that having to change in the presence of a biologically male person was against her religious beliefs, would people support some sort of "reasonable accommodation" for her?
 

Of course that will have to play out.  To my mind, religion's archaic and unreasonable segregation of men and women is constitutionally protected so I expect what they denote to be a man and women will also be protected. 

We found ways to accommodate different cultures and to broker co-existence in the days before electronic media so we should be able to today even if the ignorant voices - previously ignored by big media - are part of the dialogue.  Accommodation means they also have to be accommodated, and ignorant does not mean conservative by the way.