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There is no exclusivity period. The word “exclusivity” implies that there is a deliberate decision to withhold something in order to gain an advantage, usually in a financial way. And that is absolutely not the case.SiDaniels said:Curious, why do the sources have an exclusivity period?
@Robin Mientjes No matter which way you slice it, since genitalia is almost entirely binary,
if you refuse to see gender in visual language you end up making lists like this
which are oppressively gender-binary (if unwittingly so). It's an insult to everybody to pretend one needs to be obviously female to contribute female associations in visible language.
For example you end up with a list of over 250 typefaces designed by women... which inescapably only includes people with a vagina, because you're not allowing yourself to see an expression of gender in the fonts themselves. This is a harmful gender-binary.
First of all, Hrant, you’re making an awful lot of assumptions – and they’re wrong.
Second, you’re equating and conflating gender with sex, and sex with a binary. Both reasonings are wrong. If you’re arguing about aesthetic features, fine. But don’t try to excuse your aesthetic ideas and ideals by bringing in hopelessly wrong biology and sociology.