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The Best and the Brightest?
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Check this little vignette of college students stammering over the question of whether thinking you are a different sex than you were born makes you whatever you think you are. If this doesn’t depress you, it should. Could it be that an entire generation of young people has been separated from their cerebral cortexes?

If I were conducting this dreary little exercise, I might have been tempted to ask: “Should a man who thinks of himself as a woman be considered, psychiatrically, any different from a man who considers himself to be Napoleon?”

Larry Thornberry
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Larry Thornberry is a writer in Tampa.
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