The Journal of Medical Ethics published a paper arguing that if you don’t feel your “chronological” age, you should be able to change it.

For instance, perhaps you are 70 years old, but you feel 50. If your biological markers for age are closer to 50, and if you are suffering age discrimination, you should legally be allowed to change your age, the professor says.

The academic admits that chronological age is a fact, but says there are other ways of looking at age, in the same way as there are other ways of looking at gender.




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