Submitted by ApocalyptoSoldier in 196 (edited )

Given that men and women are equal we can say that:

(masculine variable + femboys) = (tomboys + feminine variable)

We can now simplify by removing boys from both ends of the equasion

(masculine variable + fem) = (tom + feminine variables)

We'll need a fem and tom on each side to balance the equasion, so

((tom + masculine suffix) + fem) = (tom + (fem + feminine suffix))

We can simplify this again and get

masculine suffix = feminine suffix.

Therefore we can only conclude that masculine guys are called tomgirls and feminine girls are called femgirls.



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anarquirains wrote

Uhm nice try sweaty but the scientific terms are manlymans and goilygoils 🤓


Crown_of_Ice wrote

That isn't backed up by maths though.


anarquirains wrote

neither are fish and/or gravity and i can't remember the point im making here (my head hurts)


PrincessRuby wrote

I was expecting the answer from the title, but the math made me think maybe this is going somewhere else, but nope. LMAO

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Serrations wrote

Since it appears we are doing this in gender base 2, wouldnt (1 over fem+boy) = masc+girl = mascgirl? And then mascgirls could include tomboys as one of their subsets under specific constraints?


ApocalyptoSoldier OP wrote

I don't know, I never went to university.

Would this still allow for tomgirls being a subset of mascboys?

Also the focus of this research wasn't gender as a whole, just a single axis of labels. I don't think enbies such as myself can be adequately represented in this equation since logically Σ(bigender) would already equal Σ(girls) + Σ(boys) and bigender is only a subset of enbies.


Serrations wrote (edited )

Yes it would!

Sure we can generalize this idea further to include everyone, just replace 2 with N and make N a many dimensional tensor.


exelia wrote

my only argument here is that some art/hentai tagging sites have historically used "tomgirl" for femboys