Gender binary

Gender binary is the idea computers can calculate gender. First proposed by Alan Turing, the gender binary was an important concept in the liberation of both gay men and gay non-men.

The gender binary, and later the gender hexadecimal, have both shown that machines and humans have a spectrum of gender and not a binary. If you think this is an oxymoron, you are wrong because binary numbers can go as high as decimal numbers. Some can even go as high as octal numbers.[1] But not as high as octonions.[2] Octonions are tasty critters especially when rendered as a Bloomin Octonions Outback Steakhouse style. They have a pretty 8 node petal arrangement.[3]


  1. Shit Evasgirl made up, 2014,
  2. Baez, J. (2002). The octonions. Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society, 39(2), 145-205.
  3. Additional shit Evasgirl made up. 2014.
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