Sexual Dimorphism Confusion.
C Montague made this Official Information request to Office of the Prime Minister’s Chief Science Advisor
The request was successful.
From: C Montague
Dear Office of the Prime Minister’s Chief Science Advisor,
I would like to request a copy of your social media policy.
I would also like to view any emails relating to the Births, Deaths, Marriages and Relationships Registrations Bill (sent from 1 January 2018 on) or 'one step sex self-declaration'.
I understand the Chief Science Advisor views human beings as not sexually dimorphic. Is this a view the Office of the Chief Science Advisor holds? If so, could you please provide copies of the scientific papers which inform that view.
For the purposes of your work and analysis, do you have a definition of females and males? If so, could you please provide a copy of that definition.
I would like to see copies of all emails between the Office of the Chief Science Advisor, or the Chief Science Advisor herself, and opinion writer Siouxsie Wiles.
Thank you very much,
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