Hello everyone, I'm finishing up my Masters in Social Work and naturally my classes, professors, and cohort are all vocal in support of the sexual revolution (LGBT+ issues). Today, I was faced with the argument that religious (i.e. Christian) non-support of transgenderism is inconsistent because the Talmud features different titles for 6 different genders. I'm not familiar with the Hebrew, so I was unaware of these titles and am still unfamiliar with their context. I've only briefly searched google regarding the terms, but so far it seems that the argument conflates "gender" with "sex" given that the 6 titles in the Talmud refer to physical/biological differences (at least as I understand the issue). Aside from this conflation, I'm intrigued in where these titles appear in the Talmud, scriptural context(s), and how they've been understood historically. Does anyone have any information on the issue of gender (or genders) in the Talmud? I'm sure this is could be a huge undertaking but any quick notes, references, or resources are welcome. Thank you for your time!