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Remi Villatel wrote:
> The Shaqueans which are double-gendered (hermaphrodite) like most of the
> animals don't need a male/female discrimination. They're not so arrogant to
> think that their body in more than an animal but they also feel that they
> possess something the animals don't: their spirit. Hence the discrimination
> spirit/body and person/everything else they put in their language. I think
> that makes the discrimination *subjective/objective* as natural as *m./f.*

I use the terms "rational/irrational" in Uatakassi for that division.
It's not an important division for the language; in most cases, there's
far more precision (7 genders, to be precise), but verbal inflection
does go along rational/irrational lines.

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