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University of Southern Maine students demand professor is replaced for saying only two sexes exist: report

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Students at the University of Southern Maine are demanding that their professor is replaced for allegedly saying that only two sexes exist.

On Sept. 7, according to the Bangor Daily News, education professor Christy Hammer allegedly said that only two biological sexes exist during a "Creating a Positive Learning Environment" class, which caused an uproar with graduate students in her class.

The report states that a heated discussion began over gender identity, and only one student in the class agreed with the professor.

Most others in the class stated that a spectrum exists for gender and biological sex. Campus Reform also reported on the incident.

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