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A staggering 77% of college educated Democrats reject biology when it comes to gender

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Democrats buy into the concept that being a man or woman is based on little more than the whims of the individual.

When it comes to determining gender, having a vagina or penis is meaningless to 77 percent of college-educated Democrats, a new Pew Research Center survey shows.

The survey gave respondents the option to choose whether gender is determined by the sex a person was assigned at birth, or by a person’s desire to be male or female.

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Of course, the term “assigned” is misleading, implying a person’s determined sex can be mistaken, much like a clerical error of checking the wrong box.

The survey results show how pervasive the progressive left has been in affecting the attitudes of Americans on social issues while sowing seeds of confusion.

The irony being the more educated Democrats are, the more they buy into the notion that a person’s gender can be different from their sex at birth.

“About three-quarters (77%) of Democrats with a bachelor’s degree or more say this, compared with 60% of Democrats with some college and 57% of those with a high school diploma or less,” the survey noted.

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Interestingly, while three out of four educated Democrats reject biology, when broken down by race and ethnicity, there’s far less unity.

“Some 55% of black Democrats and 41% of Hispanic Democrats say a person’s gender is determined by their sex assigned at birth, a view shared by just 24% of white Democrats,” Pew Research Center said.

As for the party of common sense, eight-in-ten Republicans and Republican-leaning independents say being a man or a woman is determined by the sex at birth.

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Overall, just over half of Americans still accept God’s determination of a person’s sex at birth, while 44 percent believe a person can choose whether to be a man or woman.


Tom Tillison


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