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In my understanding the gender originally was based on the organs, there was cross dressing but it was considered a man dressing as a woman.
And latter this changed and gender became something spiritual.

Am I correct?
If not then what is the history of gender?
If yes then
When and how (why) did the this change

the state of being male or female (typically used with reference to social and cultural differences rather than biological ones).

At stop being biological (organs)?


Is it connected with "homosexually" stopped defining the way a person acts and became a way people define themselves (ie that they are born with these tendencies)


In other words what is the history of queer theory? (How old it is?)

closed as unclear what you're asking by Tom Au, Alex, mart, Mark C. Wallace, CGCampbell Jun 22 '16 at 11:56

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    Please edit the question to make it correct for this site, I am interested in the answer (and proofs) and the wording of my question is not important to me – hazoriz Jun 22 '16 at 0:36
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    I doubt that anyone ever stated seriously such a crazy idea, so the question makes no sense. – Alex Jun 22 '16 at 7:32
  • My doubts with this question is that it implies that, from the very beginnings of any society, there will be a social differentation based in gender. While it is difficult to prove or disprove (typical paleolithic nomad groups did not left many documents to study), it is an assumption too much restrictive to be comfortable with. Anyone can give some insights about that issue? – SJuan76 Jun 22 '16 at 7:36
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    Could the close voters explain their thinking? This question seems perfectly valid – Ne Mo Jun 22 '16 at 9:07
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    This question shows very little research and lots of of spurious discussion of non-history topics. I would recommend (1) doing a couple of google searches - I think you'll find lots of evidence that binary gender is not universal and not modern, and (2) stripping discussion out of the question and focus on the history of gender identity. ("queer theory" is a different concept). – Mark C. Wallace Jun 22 '16 at 11:43

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