I'm gender critical and don't see transwomen or non-binary people as "non-male" if they have a sperm producing reproductive system but what about intersex people? Is there an argument for using such language to include them?
I think generally intersex people prefer to pick a gender / pronoun and stick with it, rather than broadcasting their private medical information to the world, so wouldn’t want specific language. I’m not intersex though, so could be wrong.
adeline I think it's the opposite, they are trying to attract females who dont ID ad female. I'm guessing a lot of girls who are interested in STEM are pretty gender non conforming and prefer to be described as non-binary
The problem is there are already massive issues about getting females to do especially engineering, this will be compounded if those that are are turned off by the label female.
It's horrendous we are in a situation where simple facts are unspeakable and the label female is so shunned by actual females