The videos below are TED talks relating to transgender and gender science, history and culture.
Fascinating TEDx talk by biologist Karissa Sanbonmatsu about genetics and DNA that gets to the "bottom" of how people become transgender
Why feminists should support transgender rights | Amelia Abraham | TEDxLondonWomen
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Hypothesis that society is experiencing a "gender revolution" that will eventually lead to significant changes in our culture in respect to how we interact with each other in terms of our gender and sex.
A light-hearted speech that highlights the current confusion within our culture between the concepts of sex and gender, focusing on the mis-gendering of children when they are born by the automatic assumption by doctors that if the child has a penis it must be a boy, and if it has a vagina it must be a girl.
Video 1 - Historical Comparisons. This video analyses the current gender revolution with a similar revolution that took place 500 years ago, the Copernican Revolution, that had an equally powerful impact on our society. It makes comparisons and concludes that society is in denial about the changes to our binary gender system we are witnessing.
Video 2 - Transgender Science. Looks at the history of the study of gender and sex, then focuses on the 4 theoretical reasons for the existence of transgender people, focusing on genetics and epigenetics.
Video 3 - Fundamentals of Sex and Gender. This video discusses the 3 fundamentals of sex, gender and sexual orientation, the gender spectrum and gender dysphoria
Speech which addresses Trump's "trans-erasure" proposals. Compares the current gender revolution with a similar revolution many years ago that caused an equally seismic shift in the direction of our culture. Concludes that Trump and his cronies are simpletons when matters of the science of sex and gender are concerned