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c'mon, it's not the 90's anymore - you don't need to stick to web-safe genders

@quarky my gender can only be expressed in HSV format, not in RGB

@audrey mine's a CMYK gradient, with a complex polynomial representing each channel

@audrey @quarky hsv and rgb are capable of expressing precisely the same set of colours :blobcatthinking:

@quarky my gender is background-image: linear-gradient(#FF0, #FFF, #90F, #000);

@quarky A web-safe gender was a tri-axial coordinate ranging from 0-5 (inclusive) along each axis. It greatly exceeded contemporaneous human social conceptualisations of gender, which were typically binary (M/F), ternary (M/F/X), or mono-axial (M-F).
@quarky A web-safe gender was a tri-axial coordinate ranging from 0-5 (inclusive) along each axis. It greatly exceeded contemporaneous human social conceptualisations of gender, which were typically binary (M/F), ternary (M/F/X), or mono-axial (M-F). The 216 web-safe genders were adopted as a convention to promote consistent representation of common genders on nodes with limited comprehension.
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