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‘No gender December’ throws butchers a Barbie

A well-meaning initiative encouraging “gender neutrality” this Christmas could actually be breeding the next generation of serial killers, writes Jack Marx.

There are those who believe the world would become a better place if only men and women were indistinguishable from each other. More men in frocks and more women in wife-beaters would see domestic violence rates drop, glass ceilings shattered, wages at parity and fewer sad widows disembarking the Titanic. That’s the thinking.

Our pursuit of such an idyllic future will involve a few harsh sacrifices, they say — the letting go of some of those gender-stereotypical roles that the brainwashed among us have actually come to enjoy. The good news is change begins in the cradle, so it’s not we who’ll be martyred on the altar of gender neutrality, but our kids.

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What if I don’t exist?

Today I came up with the thought that there is no me

I mean “I” does not really exist.

If be more precise, it exists to the extent as the dice does but this dice has got ridiculously big amount of cube faces.
What do I mean by great number is an abundance which you can not register by no means.


The consciousness may appear to be only a set of neuron nets into your head, i.e. noise generator of random numbers, which does its work 24/7. This noise is random and your neuron nets respond to this noise by being activated depending on the activation signal level.

What you think or whish may appear to be nothing but combination of random noise and reaction of your neuron nets on it, where reaction is determined by your previous experience.

I’ve no clue how to link it to the actual theory of neuron nets. It would be good to connect it to wave brains model but it is not ready. A certain Mr. Redozubov makes research but there are still no practical results. Plus, perhaps everything may be much more complicated.

– Maybe more simple?
– Maybe. The problem is that the most simple may be impossibly difficult to find out.

Author: Sergey Guzhev
Picture: Chriss Create and Polina Timofeeva