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A society with no gender would be better
A society with no gender would be better.
The absence of gender constructions would enable people to enjoy a better overall quality of life.
The existence of specific genders will limit the advancement of society in the future.
Gender is an unnecessary social construction.
A society with no gender stereotypes but one that allows sex discrimination when necessary-such as in medicinal and sporting contexts-would be better.
The evolution of reproduction will make gender obsolete.
A society with no stereotypes, roles, or discrimination based on gender would be better. This is an important distinction: it is not gender itself that is a problem, but our attitude towards it.
Gender is an important tool for social organisation.
Gender is not a choice but a biological state that cannot be changed.
A society that reaches the point of eradicating gender is nothing short of a totalitarianist catastrophe, as such a change would suppress some of the most
aspects of humanity, and would thus require extreme control over the people by the government.
Gender is an intrinsic part of humanity and cannot be removed.
Creating new genders where appropriate would be better.
Societies in which both genders are distinguished and gender roles are seperately defined are the most fair, equal and prosperous societies that exist.
Embracing diversity, including gender diversity, enriches society by making it more nuanced and interesting.
A society without the concept of shame would be a better and more advanced society.
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