3rd Gender Eng

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Short presentation on gender triangulation of Homo Sapiens, with some appliances. Now in English thanks to my friends.

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3rd Gender Eng

  1. 1. Third Gender Of Homo Sapiens Nikolay Yaremko et al. Special thanks for translation to Dmitry Neyaglov and also to Olga Duka and Stanislav Karchebny
  2. 2. How many genders do humans have? I want you to try and answer this question before reading any further
  3. 3. You may choose from three options below: 1) one 2) two 3) three 4) never thought about it.
  4. 4. 4) never thought about it I had never given it a serious thought, until I started this story.
  5. 5. 1) one It stands to reason, however, that we have one gender.
  6. 6. Each one of us is either male..
  7. 7. ...or female.
  8. 8. Hold on a second, that makes it two! male female So the right answer must be — “humans have two genders”
  9. 9. Let's give the third option a try, too, shall we? ? Male, female and the third gender male female
  10. 10. ? Third-gender person Men and women probably treat this gender differently.
  11. 11. ? Third-gender person Men and women probably treat this gender differently, just as a third-gender person would treat males and females differently.
  12. 12. ? Third-gender person We also shouldn't be able to tell the gender of such a person at a glance: male... ...or female
  13. 13. ? Third-gender person We also shouldn't be able to tell the gender of such a person at a glance: male... ...or female although we don't experience similar problems with other people.
  14. 14. But how do we denote the third gender, whereas it's strongly believed there are only two? male female
  15. 15. All right, here's a stroke of genius: Let's dress it differently! male female
  16. 16. Haven't you tumbled to the idea yet? male female
  17. 17. children male female
  18. 18. children A child is free to visit both the gents and the ladies, you know.
  19. 19. One would want to test this speculation.
  20. 20. Common sense guides us to suppose that each of the genders should differ from the other two, and any pair of the genders should share traits, uncommon for the third one.
  21. 21. In other words Each gender lacks something that the other two have.
  22. 22. children As for children, rules are alien to their nature. Children can neither set them, nor comply to them, as opposed to men and women, who cope with this task perfectly well.
  23. 23. children male female are not able to hold the frame
  24. 24. female Women can't issue challenges and bring themselves to tests, while men and children revel in it.
  25. 25. children not able to issue challenge male female
  26. 26. male It ill beseems men to make show of their feelings, and they tend to ignore other people's feelings, too. Children and women live in the world of feelings and emotions.
  27. 27. children no able to show feelings female male
  28. 28. All the numbers seem to have added up Any gender does lack something that the other two have.
  29. 29. And now for a something personal question
  30. 30. what gender are YOU?
  31. 31. child male female
  32. 32. What do you lack? child challenge emotions male female frame
  33. 33. If you need something you lack, there is no other option, but
  34. 34. If you need something you lack, there is no other option, but to switch.
  35. 35. To switch your gender, and therefore to abandon a part of yourself.
  36. 36. Is it impossible, or impossible?
  37. 37. We all have to learn to make that choice
  38. 38. to unclench our fists in order for our hands to break free
  39. 39. Would it be better to be genderless?
  40. 40. Would it be better to be genderless? As a zero.
  41. 41. Would it be better to be genderless? As a zero. The choice is yours.
  42. 42. Applications Here are some applications for your eyes to see stars of understanding. They are proivided as exercises for the listener.
  43. 43. Applications Why do children, that start their career early, tend to be less sensitive and seldom put themselves to voluntary tests?
  44. 44. Applications Why do crying men stir sympathy among women?
  45. 45. Applications Why most of the famous scientists are men? And why do they often claim that the most important thing for them is to remain children?
  46. 46. Applications Why the marriages between someone, who "challenges everything" and someone, who is "deeply sensitive" are often unfruitful?
  47. 47. Applications Why the marriages between someone, who "challenges everything" and someone, who is "deeply sensitive" are often unfruitful? And if a child should appear, such marriages tend to break up?
  48. 48. Applications Why most of the internet trolls are men?
  49. 49. Applications Why most of the internet trolls are men? Why do we feel that their behaviour is childish?
  50. 50. Applications Who's more up for extreme travel, who prefers hunt for impressions, and who goes sightseeing for the sake of appearance?
  51. 51. Applications Who's more up for extreme travel, who prefers hunt for impressions, and who goes sightseeing for the sake of appearance? And how should one organize an exciting travel for their child?
  52. 52. Applications Who values the frame more than the painting, and why is this person always in the bucks?
  53. 53. Applications Why do women experiment on themselves, men—on other men, children—on their parents?
  54. 54. Applications Why do men have trouble distributing gifts among their loved ones?
  55. 55. Applications Or even better, why do men tend to every need of their children, regardless of the colour of their clothes?
  56. 56. Applications Why has the world of men given the word "blue" vulgar connotations?
  57. 57. Applications Why do we, men and women, call homosexuals a "minority"?
  58. 58. Applications Why do we, men and women, call homosexuals a "minority"? And why do the minorities scream so loudly, as though they need to have their diapers changed?
  59. 59. Applications Why are gays considered "the votaries of art", whereas lesbians are generally thought of as "thrill-seekers"?
  60. 60. Applications How do we keep our children from switching?
  61. 61. Applications How do we keep our children from switching? Do we really have to do it?
  62. 62. Applications How do we keep our children from switching? Do we really have to do it? Whilst it might be better to just teach them to control their gender?

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