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I don’t like “Binary” for a lot of reasons: One, it sounds too mathematical. Two, does binary mean transgender, transsexual or homosexual and which way do they predominantly identify male, female, both, neither etc. Also, I guess in the self-description you could get hermaphrodites or some other variety of sexual orientation. Did they also have a medical operation of some sort of formal medical procedure? Plus what do you do with the results? The term “Binary” raises too many questions and is complex. I am not a sexual therapist, but I wonder how they feel about the use of the word “Binary”.