Human Groupings

Human Groupings

Humans
Males | Men | Boys
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A male organism is defined as the physiological sex that produces sperm. In most animal species, males exist as one of two sexes—the other being the female—and are typically necessary for the survival of a species due to their role in sexual reproduction.A male organism is defined as the physiological sex that produces sperm. In most animal species, males exist as one of two sexes—the other being the female—and are typically necessary for the survival of a species due to their role in sexual reproduction.
Females | Women | Girls
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A female organism is defined as the physiological sex that carries eggs. Unlike males, females are found in every species as they are vital to the process of reproduction, whether sexual or asexual. In humans, we refer to females as women if they are adults and girls if they are children.A female organism is defined as the physiological sex that carries eggs. Unlike males, females are found in every species as they are vital to the process of reproduction, whether sexual or asexual. In humans, we refer to females as women if they are adults and girls if they are children.
Pairs
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A pair is a term used to describe a grouping of two people of things. A pair usually indicates that the two match or compliment each other in some way, though this is not required. For example, a couple is another term that describes a pairing of two—either objectively or romantically.A pair is a term used to describe a grouping of two people of things. A pair usually indicates that the two match or compliment each other in some way, though this is not required. For example, a couple is another term that describes a pairing of two—either objectively or romantically.
Groups
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Groups are two or more people interacting together in one place at the same time. As everyday physical relationships between multiple people, group dynamics are witnessed in public settings such as queuing lines, elevators, waiting areas, transportation, and other spaces shared between strangers.Groups are two or more people interacting together in one place at the same time. As everyday physical relationships between multiple people, group dynamics are witnessed in public settings such as queuing lines, elevators, waiting areas, transportation, and other spaces shared between strangers.

Human Groupings

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