that which society has tried to force on them
When a person resists the expectations of our culture's gender socialization, we consider that person unconventional, non-conformist, deviant, or something of the sort.
However, when a person adopts those gender expectations, we call that "natural."
Flagged revisions do no more, and no less, than allow people to tag revisions which have been reviewed to be vandalism-free.
What about vandalism that's not so easy to spot? Like a subtle change to an article that (presumably) is not on a lot of people's watchlist? How would the FlaggedRev system handle these types of edits? Would it create tacit approval for these changes? Would it be difficult to revert them at a later time, since at that point the rv would itself look like vandalism? Just a thought.
But Justice Adams agreed with the magistrate, finding that while The Simpsons characters had hands with four fingers and their faces were "markedly and deliberately different to those of any possible human being", the mere fact that they were not realistic representations of human beings did not mean that they could not be considered people.
Indeed! this is certainly a convoluted hyperreality on par with South Park's Imaginationland.
I have a theory that it's impossible to prove anything, but I can't prove it.