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The option to continue to use the current binary “sex” system of male and female is included under the SIS system.  For example, a person may want to only recognize their Biology and therefore label themselves simply as either Male or Female.  Through SIS this individual will only have a Category 1, their Key Identifier would be B for Biology and their value would be M for Male or F for Female.

 

sis-merchandiseThe identifiers are weighted and ranked in terms of order or importance.  Therefore, Category 1 is most important of the 5 Categories.  Categories 1, 2 and 3 may apply more to the general population.  In the real world, people will pick either Category 1; Categories 1, 2, and 3 or all 5 Categories.

 

Combinations of categories and or key elements will consist of 3 possibilities in each category therefore numerically the number of combinations will be 3 x 3 x 3 x 3 x 3 = 243 or 35. This huge variation of possibilities or spectrum of values as previously defined, will clearly outnumber the existing 2 choice option that the world lives by today.

 

A system of colour identifiers have been introduced for each third option as noted earlier in the Definitions.  The following examples will illustrate more clearly various possible combinations:

 

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Biology Presentation Identify Preference Posturing

Male

 

 

 

 

 

Female

 

 

 

 

 

Other

 

 

 

 

 

Example 1

Example 1 is Dean who was born a biological male, lives full-time as a woman and refers to him/herself as transgendered.  He/she is tri-sexual (colloquial term for liking females, males and transgendered individuals).  Dean is a switch which means he/she is comfortable being both a top and a bottom.  Therefore, Dean’s profile (BPIPP) would be as follows:

Biology Presentation Identify Preference Posturing

Male

 

Female

 

Other

 

 

 

Example 1

Male

Female

Transgender

Tri-sexual

Switch

Example 2

Example 2 is Jane who is a typical "hetero" female who is married.  She lives as a female and thinks of herself as a female.  She prefers to be submissive in love making.  Therefore, Janes profile (BPIPP) would be as follows:

Biology Presentation Identify Preference Posturing

Male

 

Female

 

 

 

 

Other

Example 2

Female

Female

Female

Male

Female

Example 3

Example 3 is Pat who was born inter-sexed (with both female and male genitalia).  His/her appearance is such that one cannot be certain whether she is female or male.  She believes herself to be "in transition".  She is attracted to both sexes and quite enjoys both being the "top" or "bottom" and is therefore a "switch".  Therefore, Pat's profile (BPIPP) would be as follows:

Biology Presentation Identify Preference Posturing

Male

Female

Other

 

 

 

 

 

Example 3

Intersexed

Androgyny

Trans

Bisexual

Switch

Example 4

Example 4 is Jason who is a gay male.  His appearance is male and he identifies as a male.  His sexual preference is only men and he is a "top".  Therefore, Jason's profile (BPIPP) would be as follows:

Biology Presentation Identify Preference Posturing

Male

 

 

 

 

 

Female

Other

Example 4

Male

Male

Male

Male

Male

Example 5

Example 5 is a Andrea who has undergone GRS (Gender Reassignment Surgery).  She was born a male and has had her male gentalia reconstucted to look like a female, however she is not a fully functional genetic/biological female.  We have chosen to categorize her as "Other / GRS" in the presenation category because her surgery was more for appearance rather than biologically function to have children.  Andrea may wish to call herself a female from the time of her surgery onwards and therefore might choose to define herself under the Presentation category as a Female in a pink box.  She identifies as a female.  She is looking for a conventional happy partnership with a male.  She likes to be on the bottom in her sexual activities.  Therefore, Andrea's profile (BPIPP) would be as follows:

Biology Presentation Identify Preference Posturing

Male

Female

 

 

Other

 

Example 5

Male

GRS

Female

Male

Female

Example 6

Example 6 is Jonathon who is a biological male who presents as a female and considers himself to be transgendered.  While he supports the Sexuality Identification System, he chooses not to participate in the social / lifestyle choices and therefore the colours for the last two categories would be neutral.  Therefore, Jonathon's profile (BPIPP) would be as follows:

Biology Presentation Identify Preference Posturing

Male

Female

 

Other

 

Example 6

Male

Female

Trans

Neutral Neutral

Example 7

Example 7 is Vincent who is an older man with grandchildren and traditional values.  While he recognizes the importance of having the choice of individual expression and sexual diversity, he is very comfortable with the traditional binary system.  Thankfully the Sexuality Identification System does not negate this but rather includes people like Vincent.  Therefore, Vincent will be identified as male in the first category (Biology) and will be neutral in all other categories.  Vincent's profile (BPIPP) would be as follows:

Biology Presentation Identify Preference Posturing

Male

 

Female

Other

Example 7

Male

Neutral Neutral Neutral Neutral

 

 

It is anticipated that  the Sexual Identification System will become the universal method used to recognize the sexuality of individuals.  The colour system will become a means for those who wish to identify themselves to the world and/or each other.  Using the colour combinations demonstrated above, products are available on the website for individuals who wish to promote their sexuality and/or their sexual preferences.  These products include ID cards, necklaces, bracelets and other items.

 

It is important to note that when using SIS, Categories cannot be “skipped” when choosing to use the colour identification combinations.  In instances where the individual wishes not to reveal their preferences in any category, they may do so by using a neutral colour.

 

As noted in Example 5, above Category 1includes those individuals that have undergone SRS (Sexual Re-assignment Surgery) as Other.  It is important to note that here the value of Other will be the blended biological sexual traits that result from undergoing SRS.

 

Category 3 Identify, referrers to ones mental state of mind.  It is what people mentally believe themselves to being. There are those whose biology and presentation may not be representative of what they believe themselves to be.  As an example; a biological male who presents as a male may believe himself to being a female.

 

 

 

 
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