Olivia Woolley


Why do people refer to him as 'she'? He was born male and is still male, hoever he may wish to dress. Much as people think it can be, gender cannot be changed (with the possible exception of hermaphrodites). If a person has XY chromosomes, then that person is a man. End of story.

Oh, and props to him for going on TV. It takes balls for someone to publicly be a cross dresser, however much he may wish he didn't have any.


I'm anespeptic, frasmotic, even compunctuous to have caused you such pericumbobulations...

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Gender can be changed, gender is a social and mental construct. Sex is the biological factor which can't be changed.

Or, you could, you know, be nice and refer to her as 'her'. It does take balls, so perhaps respect it?

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You'll have to forgive my ignorance, but I was always taught that sex and gender are synonymous. What exactly do you mean?

I'm sorry, but I find it very difficult to look past the genetics. To me, Y chromosome = male = he/him.



The rule is, when mounting a play: keep it gay, keep it gay, keep it gay!

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