Friday, July 19, 2024

Anthropology Prof: No Difference Between Male, Female Skeletons

'I have a Ph.D.!...'

(Dmytro “Henry” AleksandrovHeadline USA) An anthropology professor at the University of Pittsburgh denied the difference between male and female skeletons at the speaking event of a college swimming champion Riley Gaines, causing students and the speaker to laugh at him.

The bio of Gabby Yearwood, the professor, stated that his research is focused on “the social constructions of race and racism, masculinity, gender, sex, Black Feminist and Black Queer theory, anthropology of sport and Black Diaspora.”

Gaines, who became an advocate to keep male athletes out of women’s sports after she and other female swimmers were forced to compete against University of Pennsylvania swimmer William Thomas, spoke at the school recently and asked the audience the question related to the difference between males and females, according to the Daily Mail.

“If you were to dig up a human — two humans — a hundred years from now, both a man and a woman, could you tell the difference strictly off of bones?”

Yearwood responded with “no,” which caused laughter from the students in the audience and Gaines. The professor doubled down by saying that he is the “expert in the room” on this issue.

“Have any of you been to anthropological sites? Have any of you studied biological anthropology? I’m just saying, I’ve got over 150 years of data, I’m just curious as to why I’m being laughed at,” Yearwood said. “I have a Ph.D.!”

The Independent Women’s Forum, which posted the clip, responded to the interaction.

“This is how far removed the Left is from reality that they must deny basic scientific facts,” the organization wrote.

“[Gaines] might not have a Ph.D. in anthropology like Professor Yearwood, but she and her teammates know the physical advantages of biological males over females in sport firsthand.”

“When the self-proclaimed ‘expert in the room’ is offended that his assertion that males & females don’t have distinct skeletal differences is laughable, one might wonder what students studying anthropology at the University of Pittsburgh are being taught by their professors?” the organization added.
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