From: Hans Aberg (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Sep 29 2006 - 10:56:13 CST
On 29 Sep 2006, at 15:09, Jefsey_Morfin wrote:
> we are in the language area, not in biology. So the real issue is how
> the person see him/her/etcself ...
I guess, that is the reason I bring it up, because there is a
widespread, but faulty, view that mankind is divided into two
physical sexes, and nothing else, and then standards come hardwired
with that view.
> ... and how the language supports that
This I do not see the point of. Unicode merely introduces a character
> Ages are also important in languages, so are trades and
> contexts. In our computer assisted/man-machine relation, the genders
> "computer" and "agent" should be available. So we would often need
> singular, plural, networked.
I do not see what this has to to with characters for human physical
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