One woman has shaken the internet with her new design for a pack of playing cards with the aim of gender neutrality.

After unveiling the design, she was met with a huge response. Keep scrolling to take a look...

Now, of course, we're living in the era of gender fluidity.

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Long gone are the days where there were simply 2 genders - Now, people can identify with up to one-hundred different genders or no gender at all.

More and more people are identifying as gender neutral...

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Or "non-binary," in other terms.

Just to break it down for you...

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People use the term “non-binary" to describe genders that don’t fall into 1 of the 2 more traditional categories of male or female.

It can be a confusing concept to get your head around...

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While some non-binary individuals identify as either having a gender that is in-between the 2 categories 'man' and 'woman,' others can fluctuate, or have no gender, either permanently or some of the time.

But how far is too far?

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While people are completely free to identify how they wish, there are some who take the whole gender argument a little further than others.

Take gender slamming fictional characters, for example.

Yep, some people choose to take offense over the gender assumption of made-up characters. You know, the ones that are not real, or do not have a valid, real-life opinion on gender?

Well, one woman has done just that.

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And people on the internet were not happy about it.

She's decided there shouldn't be genders in playing cards.

And people had a lot to say ...

Indy Mellink designed to cards to rid the game of gender and race.

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"Why should the King have a higher position than the Queen?" she asked.

"Why should the King, Queen, and Jack be white?"

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"However, rather than complicating the sex and race inequality debate even more, we decided to remove the gender and race factor as a whole and to introduce a common, universally-known ranking system."

"All the other cards in the deck are the same as usual."

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"This card pack was designed with the passion to fight for equality in gender as well as race."

"Our goal is for everyone to feel comfortable while playing cards."

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What do you think? If you're interested, you can buy them here!

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