Today discovered Unicode has a symbol, the "Epiglottal plosive" or IPA glyph 173, which in sans serif fonts turns out to look exactly like the "female" symbol modified into a question mark.

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...Is this a Gender
I think it might be a Gender

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@mcc I too agree that "glottal stop with stroke" is an excellent gender. Or I suppose you could try to pronounce it, although on its own that may be difficult.

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