$1 Million Challenge: Explain Human Evolution Without Sex

Or are australopithecines transphobic now, too?

It has happened again. I have come across a tweet so absurd, so demented with gender ideology, that I end up making a million-dollar challenge. The first challenge — to identify a third human gamete that would disprove the binary nature of human reproduction — has received zero applicants despite my earnest offers to hundreds of Twitter users who invoke intersex conditions in gender debates. The second one was offered specifically to one person, ACLU lawyer and biological sex denier Chase Strangio, who can claim the prize by simply explaining how humans reproduce without referring to gametes or human reproductive organs in the process.

Lola Olufemi, a volunteer coordinator at a queer theory library in the UK that calls itself “The Feminist Library,” is also a biological sex denier. While this tweet was aimed at her, my new, third offer stands open to anyone.

Explain how human ancestors reproduced in our evolutionary past, before the invention of language, without any reference to sexual dimorphism or mammalian reproductive biology, and you win ONE MILLION DOLLARS.

Of course, this accomplishment will not only make someone a millionaire, it will also overturn our entire understanding of sexual reproduction and evolution.

There is only one bit of fine print to this offer: submissions must be in the form of a body of literature, including multiple peer reviewed studies, demonstrating a broad consensus of the entire scientific academic community in agreement that our human evolutionary ancestors could not or did not distinguish female from male before the invention of language. 

That’s the minimum of proof I will accept. Otherwise, every religious crank on earth would come along claiming the prize. And you’re not a religious crank, are you, Lola? 

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Former progressive activist declared heretic by his former movement for refusing to believe that "woman" is a costume or a feeling and recognizing male pattern behavior as male even when it wears lipstick and high heels. Just because you hate something I say does not make it hate speech.
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[…] understanding of the two sexes, or their roles in reproduction. Humans developed this understanding about a million years ago in the Rift Valley and never forgot it. Awareness of sex predates the invention of language and the […]

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