Postgenderism

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Postgenderism is a movement and the idea to get rid of gender in humans.

Postgenderism argues that grouping genders into different groups and gender roles are not needed and a limitation on the possibilities of people and what they can achieve in life.

It foresees that gender will disappear with humans that don't want this, as a result of always changing ways the human species organises their lives and as a result of new technology advances.[1]

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