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The unpleasant belief underlying “Guns or Glitter,” obviously, is that gender is destiny — that learning this single thing about a fetus will answer almost every other question you might have about the child you expect to parent. Perhaps people place so much importance on this revelation because, until that point, the child remains an idea, a featureless abstraction. At the instant a sex is assigned, an image forms — an image of a person who is, before all else, gendered. The announcement offers a green light to start layering the unborn person with signifiers: to plan outfits and decorate rooms, to imagine bonding rituals, to project your own insecurities and unfulfilled longings. It’s a surprise party designed to eliminate surprises, to set expectations and assumptions and boundaries, to create a kind of reductive certainty where there was once nothing but uncertainty. By its very nature, it sets everybody up to fail.