Guy 1- Dude what’s a gender
Guy 2 - idk there’s too many
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The thing you question after you’ve figure out your sexuality.
I know I’m bisexual, but now I’ve been questioning my gender more. Maybe I’m girl?
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Gender is the range of characteristics pertaining to, and differentiating between, masculinity and femininity. Depending on the context, these characteristics may include biological sex (i.e., the state of being male, female, or an intersex variation), sex-based social structures (i.e., gender roles), or gender identity. Traditionally, people who identify as men or women or use masculine or feminine gender pronouns are using a system of gender binary whereas those who exist outside these groups fall under the umbrella terms non-binary or genderqueer. Some cultures have specific gender roles that are distinct from "man" and "woman," such as the hijras of South Asia. These are often referred to as third genders.

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Don't discriminate against people based on nationality, gender, or occupation.
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with or without it, you're still beautiful.
Im not a girl nor boy. I have no gender.
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Gender is NOT about what is physcally between your legs, but is what you feel of which category you belong in the gender spectrum. For example, agender, gender fluid, cisgender, bigender, etc.
"Hey, did you hear that Jane came out as bigender?"
"They did? That's really nice for them!"
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GEN'DER, noun Latin genus, from geno, gigno; beget, or to be born; Eng. kind. Gr. a woman, a wife; Sans. gena, a wife, and genaga, a father. We have begin from the same root. See Begin and Can.

1. Properly, kind; sort.

2. A sex, male or female. Hence,

3. In grammar, a difference in words to express distinction of sex; usually a difference of termination in nouns, adjectives and participles, to express the distinction of male and female. But although this was the original design of different terminations, yet in the progress of language, other words having no relation to one sex or the other, came to have genders assigned them by custom. Words expressing males are said to be of the masculine gender; those expressing females, of the feminine gender; and in some languages, words expressing things having no sex, are of the neuter or neither gender
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