The rationale

The rationale

Postby Matt » Sat Nov 13, 2010 7:18 pm

The communities will be unisex because:
    it is unlikely that members of mixed gender communities would adhere to the policy of celibacy
    the presence of the opposite gender tends to create competition (vice cooperation)
    the presence of the opposite gender tends to suppress participation (see, for example, research into the different levels of female participation and accomplishment in mixed gender versus unisex classrooms)
    the presence of the opposite gender can limit free expression through fear of judgment
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