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    Direction: Read the given passage carefully and answer the questions that follow. Certain words are printed in bold to help you locate them while answering some of these.

    Gender neutrality, also known as gender-neutralism or the gender neutrality movement, describes the idea that policies, language, and other social institutions should avoid distinguishing roles according to people’s sex or gender, in order to avoid discrimination arising from the impression that there are social roles for which one gender is more suited than another.
    Proponents of gender neutrality may support public policies designed to eliminate gender distinctions, such as gender-neutral bathrooms, with public restrooms being available without distinguishing the gender of the person using them. It has been observed that gender neutrality in the law has changed the nature of custody disputes, making it more likely that men will be awarded custody of their children in the event of a divorce.
    The legal definition of gender has been a controversial topic particularly to transgender people; in some countries in order to be legally defined as a new sex people must first undergo sterilization. An issue related to gender neutrality is the gray areas that exist in gender. Trying to legally define the boundaries of gender has proven a difficult issue with the existence of people who identify or who are identified by others as intersex, third gender, transgender and more generally gender queer or non-binary.
    Someone who identifies as gender blind takes the perspective of gender neutrality in everyday life. Similar to this is pan sexuality, where the person is not necessarily totally gender blind, but in their sexual preference they make no distinction between the genders of their sexual partners.
    Gender-neutral language, gender-inclusive language, inclusive language or gender neutrality is a form of linguistic prescriptivism that aims to eliminate (or neutralize) reference to gender in terms that describe people. This can involve discouragement of the use of gender-specific job titles, such as policeman/policewoman, fireman, stewardess, and, arguably, chairman, in favour of corresponding gender-neutral terms such as police officer, firefighter, flight attendant and chairperson (or chair). Other gender-specific terms, such as actor and actress, may be replaced by the originally male term (actor used for either gender).
    The pronouns ‘he’ or ‘she’ may be replaced with ‘they’ when the gender of the person referred to is unknown. Some also advocate for a gender-neutral pronoun to be used even when the sex of a person is known, in an effort to remove the alleged subconscious effects of language in reinforcing gender and gender stereotypes. In addition, those who do not identify as either female or male may use a gender-neutral pronoun to refer to themselves or have others refer to them.
    “Gender-neutral language” should not be confused with “genderless language”, which refers to a language that does not have grammatical gender.Gender neutrality emphasizes the equal treatment of men and women legally with no discrimination whatsoever. This goal is in principle shared with both feminists and masculists. However, in gender neutralism, the emphasis is on transcending the perspective of gender altogether rather than focusing on the rights of specific genders.
    Gender neutrality or “gender transcendence” is part of the trans humanist concept of post genderism. Advocates of post genderism argue that the presence of gender roles, social stratification, and cogno-physical disparities and differences are generally to the detriment of individuals and society. Given the radical potential for advanced assistive reproductive options, postgenderists believe that sex for reproductive purposes will either become obsolete, or that all post-gendered humans will have the ability, if they so choose, to both carry a pregnancy to term and father a child, which, postgenderists believe, would have the effect of eliminating the need for definite genders in such a society.

    Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gender_neutrality
    ‘The advancement in technology helps bridge gaps between the desired and the impossible.’ Which of the following justifies the statement in the context of the passage?

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    1. Advanced researches have shown that the options to switch genders will soon be available free of cost in government hospitals
    2. Advanced researches have shown that reproduction will soon become obsolete
    3. Advanced researches on reproductive options have identified that soon the post-gendered would be able to bear a child.
    4. Advanced researches have shown that the conventional genders will soon stop desiring for a new generation
    5. None of the above
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