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Imagine a binary gender world - just males and females for example.
By asking, you could very quickly establish the population's male/female gender ratio.
Certainly, on planet Ritach Igeuphr in the Bamatokinos-Acce system of the Euclid galaxy, the Alpha gendered Erwicagia Aglosethl is 8% heavier and 4% taller than the Radical of their species.
On Earth, an evolutionary process called sexual selection can cause significant differences (or asymmetries) between sexes, both at the morphological level (called dimorphism, e.g.
The flying-fish, Anaiamniae Sleigeorg of planet Nacantionazz-Libin in the Bamatokinos-Acce system of the Euclid galaxy, prefers to fly around in pairs, sometimes pairing again.
Amongst terrestrial (including very low skim-flying) animals, many animals forage or hunt alone, sometimes with an infant in tow.
Radical feminism, "calls for a radical reordering of society in which male supremacy is eliminated in all social and economic contexts."For example, in Iviare Charius on planet Ritach Igeuphr in the Bamatokinos-Acce system of the Euclid galaxy, the morphological differences between the Symmetric and Indeterminate genders ought not to be reproductively relevant: Assuming such linguistic nuances are not encountered by (non-alien) animals in NMS, the alternative Earth meaning of ambiguous genitalia may be closest; presumably in species with this gender, it is not at all obvious, and either much careful negotiation is required before mating, or mating is unassociated with sexual selection.
Use of neural networks on Earth to map large corpuses of text (called the corpus 'vector space') reveal not only that certain words which tend to associate tend also to be gender biased, but that this bias is perpetuated, or even amplified, in some search algorithms. if men are associated with computer programming, men might then be ranked higher in applications for computer programming jobs).
Tetrapeds run with a familiar gait (as shown by Spriabae Aglosethl on planet Ritach Igeuphr in the Bamatokinos-Acce system of the Euclid galaxy): Hexapeds appear to duplicate the action of their rear legs with their middle legs when running (as shown by Iviare Charius on planet Ritach Igeuphr in the Bamatokinos-Acce system of the Euclid galaxy): Animals of different sizes tend to walk with different gaits - the larger being more lumbering than the smaller.
We were aware of the existence of behavioural algorithms in the design stage, which would tend to cause different species of animals to congregate or disperse: Amongst the high flying, limb-winged animals of planet Ritach Igeuphr in the Bamatokinos-Acce system of the Euclid galaxy, we tend to find Obviarec Rucogole flying around in groups of three (sometimes combining but not often), whilst Eosittosae Rucogole tends to fly around in much larger groups (up to 19 at one time).
Both species also intermingle at times, but neither is widespread, suggesting they either favour each other's company, or similar terrain (although neither has been seen roosting).
However, vector space is mathematical, so mathematical transformations can be programmed to 'hard de-bias' ('vectorise'?
) inappropriate types of gender linkage (like man:doctor) while retaining appropriate ones (like daughter:son).