Defining sex and gender as whether they are self perpetuated and acknowledged as body materials or social roles endowed by society and nurtured by families and communities has become very difficult. Gayle (1975) argued in her essay, ‘The Traffic in Women’, that every society has systems of sex and gender which are represented by a set of arrangements whereby the biological raw materials of a human body is shaped by social interventions and humans in a conventional manner. Women Study.
Gayle, R0bins. The Traffic in Women. Web. 1975. <http://www.scribd.com/doc/52180831/Traffic-in-Women-by-Gayle-Rubin> Accessed on Feb 10, 2012