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We can't deny that in this world, the human can be classified as male, female or unisex.

I design a form for registration. Does it really make senses to put all gender or just male or female only?

Let say, my form:

Choose your gender: 1-Male | 2-Female | 3-Unisex

Note: Does people really admit that the person was unisex?(Or become shame and preferred not to choose it?)

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    "unisex" is a type of clothing, not a gender identity. As for the UX part of this question, I'd first ask why you need gender information in the first place. – DA01 Jul 24 '15 at 4:41
  • I need to use gender for my next process. – Nere Jul 24 '15 at 6:16
  • what is the next process? Understanding that may help in understanding what to do with this particular field. – DA01 Jul 24 '15 at 6:21
  • The process will be use later on other process. The next process just save in database. I will use it to classify how many users based on gender...easy to manage the message, type of image needed to show..etc... – Nere Jul 24 '15 at 7:01
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    Well, things like messaging can be made gender-neutral as can be the type of image needed to be shown. Granted, on something like a dating site, gender identity is going to be pretty critical, but on something like StackOverflow, it's pretty much irrelevant. So context is going to be important. – DA01 Jul 24 '15 at 7:22

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