Nah… now seriously.
As @yyy said, it all depends on how you define gender. Indeed, yesterday I said someone that feminists and gender “researchers” are making a big fuss out of something simple, and unnecessary fuss.
The need to talk about “gender” only to deny that it exists. I personally believe that society is a projection of nature in great degree. Sexes have “homogeneous” characteristics, both physical and mental. I understand that many years ago women wanted freedom for doing things that were forbidden to them, or even just not socially accepted, but we have moved forward greatly, right? The problem is that feminists and other disgraceful people are not happy yet, and now they want to convince you that women and men are the same, and if they aren’t it’s just because we are oppressing one sex, constraining them into something called “gender role”. While this may happen in some cases, in some degree, it’s like everything: people will say, people will think, people will comment. Always. And there may or may not be reasons for saying, commenting, thinking. But who the fuck cares? women are free to do whatever they want in modern societies, there’s no mysterious social force making a woman what she is. Yeah, social conventions are there, but women are women, men are men, and the rules and thoughts and social conventions are just part of the formula, and not only that, are the result of human beings as complex systems inwards and outwards and they living on the Earth for many thousands of years, making societies evolve.
Do I like exercise because the images that society has created, or the society has just reflected the need of doing one or another type of physical activity that healthy people have?
Same with sex, gender, and gender roles. They exist or not, but the people who care the most about them are also the ones who deny them and don’t even understand that they come after biological and psychological features.
AND they want to use their “gender role” choices as if it were the SEX that appears on the ID card. If gender is a social construct, why to give it such importance? no country refers or should refer to the gender role on the ID cards!