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Published on Jun 24, 2016
Christina Hoff Sommers and Camille Paglia address what they see as the biggest gap in women’s studies—the failure to have any requirement for biology. They go on to talk about the effects of the “social constructionist view of gender” that entirely dismisses the importance of hormones and endocrinology in the behavior of the sexes.
This is part eight of a nine part series featuring Christina Hoff Sommers and Camille Paglia. The other videos in the series can be found here:
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