[ ˈalɪsmˌe͡ɪlz], [ ˈalɪsmˌeɪlz], [ ˈa_l_ɪ_s_m_ˌeɪ_l_z]
How to use "Alismales" in context?
Alismales are a group of people who believe in the existence of only one gender, alisma. Alismales believe that there is no such thing as a gender spectrum, and that there is only one gender, alisma. Alismales think that gender is a social construct, and that there is no such thing as a gender binary. Alismales believe that gender is a fluid concept, and that people can change their gender at any time. Alismales also believe that gender is not binary, and that there are many genders.
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Family Naiadaceae, juncaginaceae, Family Alismataceae, naiad family, Family Potamogetonaceae, potamogetonaceae, scheuchzeriaceae, Frogbit Family, Family Najadaceae, arrow-grass family, zannichelliaceae, hydrocharitaceae, pondweed family, Family Hydrocharitaceae, hydrocharidaceae, alismataceae, najadaceae, naiadaceae, Family Scheuchzeriaceae, Family Hydrocharidaceae, Family Juncaginaceae, frog's-bit family, Family Zosteraceae, water-plantain family, Family Zannichelliaceae, eelgrass family, zosteraceae.
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