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Convention Model

Humans here shall mean (Homo sapiens) who are the most abundant and widespread species of primate, characterized by bipedalism and large, complex brains. They are intelligent, capable of episodic memory, self-awareness and a theory of mind.

Sentience in humans is described as an awareness of an information phenomenon of conservation of quantum cognition energy, during (an infinitesimally fast) gradient conversion between Self and Universal temporal existential references.

Sentience is an emergent, anthropic part of human consciousness, which is observed by an observer.

Human Condition allows the primate to be aware of sentience associated with each human, through awareness of an observer, which has a bio-organic corporeality.

An Observer or observation or observation state of corporeality is described as a sustainable cognition when quantum cognition energy is in equilibrium between Self and Universal temporal existential reference state(s).

The references may or may not be epistemologically bounded to a linear temporal corporeality.

Sustainable means persistent cognition i.e continuous propagation and continuity of linearity of experience.

Existential Reference state are imbibed in human consciousness to understand in a general context.

Self temporal existential reference or Self is described as an observer’s existential cognition reference state(s), which are epistemologically bounded to a linear temporal corporeality.

Universal temporal existential reference: All that is there to observe, finitely documented within the scope of epistemological boundary condition. Sometimes, Universal temporal existential references may be attributed to an agency like God, whether the agency is external, internal or present as both.(external to the observable universe by the observer)

The gradient conversions of quantum cognition energy results in qualias like awareness of an identity, and other corporeal expressions of sentience in human beings.

Gender

The concept of gender is a complex construct that encompasses various social, psychological, cultural, and behavioral aspects related to the human condition. These aspects are measured through an individual's Gender Cognition Spectrum Index (GCSI), or simply put, their gender signature.

Every person has a unique experience of gender cognition, which is influenced by multiple existential factors. One such factor is the biological sex descriptor, which receives heightened cognitive attention from one or more observers.

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Biological Sex -

The term male or female or intersex refers to the sex of a species. These terms can be used to describe any species or organism. Anatomical sex, which is generally assigned at birth in humans, is a biological descriptor.

In the traditional approach to studying this subject, sex is described for each organism as male, female, or intersex based on primary sexual characteristics like reproductive organs and secondary sex characteristics like hormonal growth related changes.

However, this approach does not take into account the latest advancements made by human society in fields such as neuroscience, endocrinology, genetics, genome sequencing etc., which provide a more comprehensive understanding of the human condition.

Certain organisms have the ability to naturally change their primary sex characteristics or possess multiple biological sex descriptors. For example, earthworms can exhibit these changes. However, when it comes to humans, there is no evidence of natural changes in primary sex characteristics without healthcare intervention. Instead, hormonal changes can lead to the development of secondary sex characteristics in humans. It's important to note that biological sex is determined by various aspects of the entire body, not just the reproductive organs. This means that multiple factors within the human body contribute to defining one's biological sex descriptor.

Gender Cognition

Gender cognition is the interpersonal cognition experienced by the primary observer in presence of stimuli by the one or more secondary observers, where the Gender Cognition Spectrum Index (GCSI) aligns with one another.

Gender cognition refers to the way a human perceives and understand its own gender mentally. This results in qualitative aspects like Gender Identity and Gender expression.

Gender cognition refers to the mental processes related to human consciousness. It is similar to involuntary responses at the subliminal human conscious level, such as involuntary breathing at the conscious level.

Just like breathing, gender cognition is an involuntary aspect of our existence. A human breathes involuntary but upon realisation that the human is breathing, can breathe voluntarily, but cannot control the breathing beyond a point. However, once we become aware of it, the observer can exert some control voluntarily over the gender cognition up to a certain threshold.

In simpler terms, gender cognition is influenced by various factors such as physical attributes, neurological setup such as neural network in the brain, plasticity of these neural networks, genetic signatures, metabolismic, and microbiome signatures. Gender Cognition goes beyond sex organs and encompasses the entire human anatomy. Therefore, an observer's gender identity and expressions are shaped by social, physiological, and psychological aspects while relying on GCSI.

Each human’s gender depends on the whole corporeality as well as their unexplained human cognition. In simpler words, Gender cognition depends on human anatomy, not necessarily only the biological sex descriptors.

Gender Cognition Spectrum Index (GCSI) - is a reference quantifier, which is used by an observer state to create a set of one or more cognitive associations with a legend e.g woman, non binary or a man, or any other legend used.

Since the traditional approach related to the subject has approached the gender cognition‘s over influence with the biological sex descriptor and therefore human society shaped legends like man, woman on the GCSI scale, any other legends have not become prevalent. However, as human society advances to a higher intelligence state, where each unique gender cognition signature is able to adapt to the surroundings due to lesser cognitive biases and conflicts between primary and secondary observer, more legends may become prevalent on the GCSI.

Gender Identity is a mental construct of an observer’s sustainable cognitive association with one or more GCSI legends.

Gender expression is nothing but an externalised representation of the observer‘s gender cognition.

On the surface, it can be said that several social, physiological, and psychological factors shape a human‘s gender identity and expressions. In other words, these factors shape a human condition‘s GCSI. The observer‘s Gender Cognition relies on GCSI.

In terms of this research, there are broadly two GCSI Types: Local and global

Transgender is nothing but a term, primarily attributed to a human condition, where the observer’s gender cognitive state changes within the scope of local and global GCSI in a linear temporal sense.

In this context, transgender humans are generally adapting the GCSI over time. On the contrary, a non transgender human‘s GCSI is fixed. In this convention, every human being has an ability for the observer to experience shifting GCSI.

A transgender woman is nothing but a woman. A transgender man is nothing but a man.

A non binary human is a transgender whose observer state is rapidly adapting on the GCSI scale.

Since gender cognition is an inter personal cognitive state between two observers, and depends on the constant game of co-operation and conflicts between observers, the rapid adaptation of GCSI may be non sustainable association for the human‘s mental well being. This means that only a very little population is able to experience the rapid adaptation to result into a stagnant non binary gender identity.

A human condition may associate with any gender constructs within temporal sense, intermittently or may have a strong association which phases out or sustains over the life span.

Humans have episodic memory and observer associates with episodic memories.

Complex human cognitive associations and incongruence between GCSI of one or more observers may mean that a human being may experience and associate to one or more gender construct throughout a human life.

It is a possibility that incongruence between observer’s cognitive focus may result in a human associating with one or more components of Gender Cognition Spectrum Index, in the temporal sense.

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