Is it a boy or a girl? Science says it's not that simple!
(scroll down and click on the infographic to see it full size)
Earlier this year, Germany became the first country in Europe to officially acknowledge the third gender, which is a huge achievement for at least 1-2% of the population, who don't fit into the traditional, binary classification of biological sex. We dove a bit into the (neuro)science of biological sex and gender to show you, why it is this important for inclusion.
Interested to know if you have the freedom to choose? Have a look also at our latest blog post about Free will.
Brainstorms Digital #6
June is the LGBTQ+ pride month, celebrating inclusion, diversity and remembering the struggle for human rights and equality. In our last June event, we will talk about sex and gender differences in the context of neuroscience and include every member of our community in this conversation.
Dr. Belinda Pletzer will talk to us about how different our brains are in the context of neuroscience.
From the Brainstorms Blog