We are equal, because we're different.

  No two people are born the same. We have different anatomy types designed to carry out different functions. Our genetic makeup both in our own ancestral lineage and in our genders carves out a unique signature of our human forms. And yet, what has sustained our evolution through all these centuries is not the coming together of what is similar; but of what is different.   Opposites attract. This is a biochemical impulse, our natural instincts to create the strongest bloodline. We are drawn to merge, and create new life from the best (and worst) of two worlds. We bring to the world our greatest selves and our worst. We meet our likeness in one another and find comfort...

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