I'm not afraid to say it. I don't get it.

Straight, gay, lesbian, bisexual, transsexual, transgender. I get all of those. While I don't necessarily agree with some of them, it's clear to me that it's one gender or the other.

So what on Earth is gender-neutral?

Harvard University has begun allowing students to opt for gender-neutral pronouns like "ze, hir, or hirs" in place of words like "him" or "her." These choices are apparently for people who don't identify with the two basic floor models of gender that we are born with.

I just don't understand how somebody can disregard what chromosomes they did or didn't receive. You can't be neither. It's one or the other. There's no such thing as an in-between.

And I'm not being willingly ignorant here. I may be conservative, but I do have an open mind, and am a very accepting individual. But if you apply basic logic to the situation, it is impossible for gender-neutrality to be classified as a sexual preference. It means nothing. At least to me, anyway.

That being said, what's your definition of gender-neutral? Or are you in the same boat of confusion as me?

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