Scientific American dedicates its September issue to The New Science of Sex and Gender, and sociobiologists haven’t been in this kind of tizzy since the Emmy-nominated Bill Nye episode about sex and gender.
Above: the usual suspects getting upset.
From the intro to the issue by the editors:
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