Written By: Scientific American

Narrated By: Suzie Althens

Date: April 2021

Duration: 5 hours 54 minutes

Summary:

Vital research is starting to challenge long-standing assumptions about gender identity and biological sex, such as work that indicates the brain is a "mosaic" of traits rather than a "male" and "female" brain. Growing knowledge of the genetic complexities of sexual determination is (slowly) changing the way the medical community treats intersex individuals, and in this audiobook, The New Science of Sex and Gender, we not only examine the latest studies in biology, medicine, and psychology but also, more importantly, their bearing on health care, identity, and access.

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New Science of Sex and Gender

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