Humans thrive on simplicity, a black and white existence that helps to define otherwise grey subject matter. When born, a doctor checks a box denoting whether a newborn has a penis (male) or a vagina (female), but the truth, as many already knew, might not be that simple. A new paper published in the journal Cerebral Cortex argues that at least nine gender expressions exist in the human brain. Researchers acquired a dataset made up oof a gender/sex diverse group consisting of cisgender individuals (male and female) as well as those who had undergone gender reassignment surgery (both male to female…

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Researchers found ‘at least’ 9 gender expressions in the human brain
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