Under the Cortex: Gender in a Nonbinary World

Issues of gender equality, inclusion, and transgender rights have received a great deal of public and political attention. This includes laws restricting who can use which bathrooms, who has a right to compete in certain sports, and how gender is handled more broadly in our educational institutions and the workplace. Thekla Morgenroth with the University of Exeter in the United Kingdom shares their research on this topic. 

You can read more in the article “The Rain Before Rainbows” appearing in the September/October issue of the Observer, the APS membership magazine.


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