Every form you've ever filled out has this question, right? People say, "But it's medical, so it must be one or the otherl!" First, most forms *aren't* medical, and really mean something like "gender." When it *IS* for medical purposes? See the article at https://www.pinterest.com/pin/38702878028088544/ for 60+ biological conditions where the "medical" answer is "both/and". VERY difficult area for people to get their head around! "Boxes" from Robot.Hugs
I think the pro-life/pro-choice issue is a bit to complex to make it a dichotomy of choices, but if someone (i.e. a male) is uncouth enough to begin a statement like this, then I can totally see cutting him off before he finishes.
No one has a problem with heterosexuality being the norm for even literal BABIES but people are whining about the very idea of teaching kids there are OTHER sexualities? This is like the "Gay people on tv will turn my kid gay if they watch" thing but no one has a problem with going "Such a lady's man!" when the day old male baby grabs vacantly at a random woman.
The Psychology Behind Why Budding Leaders Must Use Affirmations by Gabriel Nelson