Dr. Jennifer Morse, Ph.D., of the Ruth Institute, is glad to see Dr. Christiane Nüsslein-Volhard, who received the 1995 Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine for her research on early embryonic development, boldly stating that people retain their born gender for life.
The idea that people can change their gender is "nonsense. It's wishful thinking. People retain their gender for life," Dr. Nüsslein-Volhard recently told German feminist magazine EMMA.
"It's the truth," Dr. Morse asserts. "She's a professional, she knows what she's talking about, and she's not in some kind of fluffy academic field where people make stuff up as they go along. She's a biologist and a physiologist, and she believes in the hard sciences, which have a hard connection to reality."
Morse says it is great to see a renowned scientist identify the idea that people can change their gender as complete nonsense "and that the attempt to change the sex of the body is inherently dangerous."
"The body, as she said … cannot handle it in the long run," the Ruth Institute founder continues. "Every hormone you take has side effects, and taking hormones is inherently dangerous."
Dr. Morse reiterates that this very important statement comes from a very important woman and should be a clear message to people, especially those inclined toward gender dysphoria.