Saturday, 27 April 2013



1. having the characteristics of both sexes; hermaphroditic
2. of neither sex; sexless
3. effeminate
4. grammar
  a. denoting a noun that may refer to a male or a female, such as teacher  as opposed to businessman  or shepherd
  b. (in Latin, Greek, etc.) denoting a noun that retains the same grammatical gender regardless of the sex of the referent
5. a person or thing that is epicene.

They resent this fact
Their forced epicene fate
But welcome crunchies
As compensatory bribe


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