The difference between gender and sex with co-host Ryan O’Connor

Season 10
Season 10
The difference between gender and sex with co-host Ryan O'Connor
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Gender is something that has transformed, and is transforming all the time. There used to be just male and female, but not anymore...

So is it time for a world without gender?

Most of us grew up with the basic assumption that the world can be divided into two boxes. Gender and sex were once interchangeable terms.  However, that is not the case at all because people are extremely complex.
 
Gender involves so many assumptions about how you act, how you dress, what like and don’t like etc. There are social constructs that define how you represent yourself to the world based on the biological and physiological characteristics you had at birth.

With each day, society becomes more aware and accepting of unique ways in which people want to live their life and how they wish to express themselves.

Join co-host Ryan and I in this fun discussion of gender, sex and identity. This conversation is very important and relevant. 

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About Today’s Guest: Ryan O'Connor

Award Winning Actor, Director and Playwrite

Co-founder and executive director of Someone New Theatre Company, the winner of the 2019 Grace Marion Wilson Trust Award for Playwriting, and an acclaimed actor and director throughout NSW and Victoria

Ryan J O’Connor is a Geelong-based writer of original, alternative plays and prose.

He also has a thriving business that creates Dungeons and Dragons maps and characters.

He is also an excellent baker, a trained stage-combatist, a terrible gardener, and a moderately talented poker player.

He does his best writing while trying to avoid his responsibilities, but loves to tell ‘alternative’ stories: romantic comedies about Death, coming-of-age stories about old men, and science-fiction tales about mythological creatures, just to name a few.

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