22 year old computer nerd living in Ohio. Straight, white, cismale. Born with CHARGE Syndrome and Single Sided Deafness. Diagnosed ADD and GAD in 2009. Diagnosed Pervasive Developmental Disorder in 2013.
Fandoms: Portal, Xenoblade, Persona 3 and 4, Cowboy Bebop, Ghost in the Shell, Avengers, Doctor Who, Star Trek, Planescape: Torment, Fallout, Community, Mass Effect, Zelda, Kingdom Hearts, Final Fantasy.
I remember taking an Anthropology class in college, and the professor was explaining that there is little “sexual dimorphism” in humans. He meant that there are few outward, observable differences between males and females. (Other than reproductive organs, of course.)
At the time I was confused, so I raised my hand. “I feel like it’s very easy to tell men and women apart,” I said.
“That’s due to culture,” he explained.
this is one of the greatest pictures I have ever seen in life.
Interacting with people online has really taught me this. I honestly can not tell gender across the internet.