gender-critical feminism

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gender-critical feminism (uncountable)

  1. A branch of feminism (connected with radical feminism) centering on an essentialist view of human sex as a binary and unchangeable biological characteristic. Those who hold such views question or reject the concept of gender identity, generally viewing transgender people as belonging to the gender they were assigned at birth, in particular believing that trans women are not women and/or should not be included in women's spaces.

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