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Alex was most likely born in 2047, before Majestic 12 had perfected growth acceleration in Area 51 . Following the Collapse , Alex lived with their foster parents in Old Chicago (New Chicago being a WTO Enclave). In their youth, Alex enrolled in the Tarsus Academy . Alex's foster parents were killed in 2072, when the powerful faction, the Knights Templar , attacked Chicago. Alex escaped on a Tarsus helicopter to Seattle , along with the other trainees, and some remaining Tarsus personnel.

At Cairo, Alex resolves the nanite plague, and is instructed by Donna Morgan to destroy the Nassif Greenhouse , which provides food to the hungry, who the WTO are unconcerned about. Alex encounters their leader, Luminon Saman , in the Order Church at Cairo. Billie is with Saman, revealing that she has sided with the Templars. Denton then investigates Templar activity in the Cairo Arcology , and makes their way to Tarsus Cairo , which has also been taken over by the Templars. Alex eventually locates Dr. Nassif in ApostleCorp's Cairo facility, and learns that the leader of the facility, Paul Denton , has been abducted. Chen orders Alex to kill Nassif, and if the order is followed through, they engage in battle with Klara Sparks, who now works for the WTO.

Alex is then instructed to go to Trier , Germany. Here, they encounter the leader of the local ApostleCorp facility, Tracer Tong . Tong reveals that JC's merge with Helios was unstable, and JC had to be put into suspended animation at Antarctica . He also reveals ApostleCorp's intentions (the biomodification of humanity) and its founder (Paul Denton). He further goes on to reveal the technology of biomod infusions, key to mass biomodification, which Paul tested on himself, but rejected. Paul had to be frozen to save his life, and was abducted by the Templars. Tong gives Alex a perfected biomod infusion, which Alex's body accepts.

Female sex tourism refers to sex tourism by females , who travel intending to engage in sexual activities with a sex worker . Female sex tourists may seek aspects of the sexual relationship not shared by their male counterpart, such as perceived romance and intimacy . [1] Women – especially wealthy, single, older white women – plan their holidays to have romance and sex with a companion who knows how to make them feel special and give them attention. [2] The prevalence of female sex tourism is significantly lower than male sex tourism . [3]

Female sex tourism occurs in diverse regions of the world. The demographics of female sex tourism vary by destination, but in general female sex tourists are usually classified as women from a developed country, who travel to less developed countries in search of romance or sexual outlets. [4]

Within the realm of female sex tourism, male sex workers are vital for the satisfaction of these women, whether physical or emotional. Without the employment of local sex workers, sex tourism for both men and women would not exist. Sex tourism is becoming a global phenomenon. With this movement of different populations to different countries, problems concerning health increase, especially ailments involving sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and HIV / AIDS . Women involved with sex tourism do not find themselves using barrier contraceptives during the majority of their visit, leaving them unprotected against STIs. [6]

Traditional female sex tourists have the same intentions as their male counterparts, and travel to foreign countries that have lower wages, and take advantage of cheap prostitution at a level unaffordable in their own countries.

Examples of these sexual-economic relationships can be found in countries like Kenya , Africa , where women from the United Kingdom travel to Kenya to enjoy the sun and enjoy the “company of young men” in a sexual manner. [4]

The background of the situational sex tourist consists of first time tourists who do not plan on being involved intimately with local men. The majority of these first time tourist will become involved in relationships where the tourist becomes romantically involved with the local men rather than being exclusively physical with the sex workers. [10]

Situational sex tourism occurs when foreign tourists are lured in by male sex workers , known as either beach boys in the Caribbean , gringueros in Costa Rica or local men. According to the tourists, they are usually lured in due to the exotic appeal that these men emulate. The exotic appeal can come from the ethnic differences between the sex worker and the sex tourist or the foreign lifestyle that these men live [10]

Tens of thousands of single women throng the beaches of Bali in Indonesia every year. For decades, young Balinese men have taken advantage of the louche and laid-back atmosphere to find love and lucre from female tourists—Japanese, European and Australian for the most part—who by all accounts seem perfectly happy with the arrangement. [11] [12]

A male ( ♂ ) organism is the physiological sex that produces sperm . Each spermatozoon can fuse with a larger female gamete, or ovum , in the process of fertilization . A male cannot reproduce sexually without access to at least one ovum from a female, but some organisms can reproduce both sexually and asexually. Most male mammals , including male humans, have a Y chromosome , which codes for the production of larger amounts of testosterone to develop male reproductive organs .

Not all species share a common sex-determination system . In most animals, including humans, sex (as opposed to gender ) is determined genetically , but in some species it can be determined due to social, environmental or other factors. For example, Cymothoa exigua changes sex depending on the number of females present in the vicinity. [1]

The existence of two sexes seems to have been selected independently across different evolutionary lineages (see convergent evolution ). The repeated pattern is sexual reproduction in isogamous species with two or more mating types with gametes of identical form and behavior (but different at the molecular level) to anisogamous species with gametes of male and female types to oogamous species in which the female gamete is very much larger than the male and has no ability to move. There is a good argument that this pattern was driven by the physical constraints on the mechanisms by which two gametes get together as required for sexual reproduction . [2]

Accordingly, sex is defined operationally across species by the type of gametes produced (i.e.: spermatozoa vs. ova) and differences between males and females in one lineage are not always predictive of differences in another.

Male/female dimorphism between organisms or reproductive organs of different sexes is not limited to animals; male gametes are produced by chytrids , diatoms and land plants , among others. In land plants, female and male designate not only the female and male gamete-producing organisms and structures but also the structures of the sporophytes that give rise to male and female plants. As of the year 2012, the United Arab Emirates has the highest ratio of human males in the world, followed by Qatar . [3]

A common symbol used to represent the male sex is the Mars symbol , ♂ ( Unicode : U+2642 Alt codes : Alt+11)—a circle with an arrow pointing northeast . The symbol is identical to the planetary symbol of Mars . It was first used to denote sex by Carl Linnaeus in 1751. The symbol is often called a stylized representation of the Roman god Mars ' shield and spear. According to Stearn, however, all the historical evidence favours that it is derived from θρ , the contraction of the Greek name for the planet, Thouros. [4]

The sex of a particular organism may be determined by a number of factors. These may be genetic or environmental, or may naturally change during the course of an organism's life. Although most species with male and female sexes have individuals that are either male or female, hermaphroditic animals, such as worms , have both male and female reproductive organs.

Most mammals , including humans , are genetically determined as such by the XY sex-determination system where males have an XY (as opposed to XX) sex chromosome . It is also possible in a variety of species, including human beings, to be XXY or have other intersex / hermaphroditic qualities, though one would still be considered genotypically (if not necessarily phenotypically) male so long as one has a Y-chromosome. During reproduction , a male can give either an X sperm or a Y sperm, while a female can only give an X egg. A Y sperm and an X egg produce a male, while an X sperm and an X egg produce a female .

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The Turing test detects if a machine can truly think like a human. The Bechdel Test detects gender bias in fiction. If you were to mash the two together to create a particularly messy Venn diagram, the overlap shall henceforth be known as the Ex Machina Zone.

In writer/director Alex Garland’s thought-provoking new film—out Friday—we meet Ava (Alicia Vikander), an artificially-intelligent robot. Ava’s creator, genius tech billionaire Nathan (Oscar Isaac), has asked his employee Caleb (Domhnall Gleeson) to determine whether Ava’s thinking is indistinguishable from a human’s. Until she meets Caleb, Ava has only ever met her maker and one other woman. (Hence the failing of the Bechdel Test, which stipulates that a movie must feature two female characters who talk to each other about something other than a man.) Her existence, and her ability to learn how to interact, is a fascinating study of what makes us human.

While interviewing Garland for a magazine piece , I asked him about the roles of men and women in his film; his response was that Ava is “not a woman, she is literally genderless.” Despite using female pronouns, he said, “the things that would define gender in a man and a woman, she lacks them, except in external terms. … I’m not even sure consciousness itself has a gender.”

According to Garland, these tropes are intentionally front-and-center. He believes his movie is a commentary on the “constructs we’ve made around girls in their early 20s and the way we condition them culturally” and why Caleb would feel the need to save her from her maker. “You’re supposed to think it’s creepy,” he says. “You’re not supposed to warm to [Nathan] over that stuff, you’re supposed to feel unnerved, and therefore that she needs to be rescued.”

Yet, in the pursuit of that commentary, the movie ends up re-enacting those same patterns. Ava does prove to be the smartest creature on the screen, but the message we’re left with at the end of Ex Machina is still that the best way for a miraculously intelligent creature to get what she wants is to flirt manipulatively. (And why wouldn’t she? All of her information about human interaction comes from her creepy creator and the Internet.) Why doesn’t Chappie have to put up with this bullshit?

This tendency to give female AIs the most basic and stereotypical feminine characteristics is, according to Kathleen Richardson, a senior research fellow in the ethics of robotics at De Montfort University in the UK, probably a reflection of “what some men think about women—that they’re not fully human beings.” To put a finer point on it, she told Live Science recently, “what’s necessary about them can be replicated, but when it comes to more sophisticated robots, they have to be male.”

When I spoke to Richardson, author of An Anthropology of Robots and AI: Annihilation Anxiety and Machines , she also noted this leads to female robot characters becoming just pieces of full people—a beautiful body, a caretaking nature—but not ones with full intelligence. This is largely true in Ex Machina —and not just because Nathan has a lab full of body parts—but also in a lot of movies where the artificial intelligence has to be packaged in a certain way if the robot is perceived to be female. (She also notes the real robotics world suffers from the same problems as a lot of AI fiction, but that “many robotic scientists are open to a conversation about this.”)

“Sometimes the female robots have ‘violent’ characteristics (as Terminator 3 ’s T-X character ), but it’s always presented in a beautiful form,” Richardson says. “Women, whatever their qualities—intelligent, vulnerable, strong—are always presented in an attractive form, as if the package is the only way to deliver these qualities. Male intelligence, strength, vulnerabilities, etc. can be delivered in a multiple and varied kind of outer packaging.”





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