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Pride month and maths

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Alan Turing’s story is the obvious one. Even better in your case because you can link it to the Polish code breakers like Rejewski
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Saw an interesting conjecture that there is an infinite number of gender pronouns.
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an interesting point of view would be the mathematicians who were abstaining from sexual contacts. Newton being one. Serms as if some giants were married to math.
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One subtle angle is the way that complex functions often get drawn with their argument and modulus represented with the rainbow spectrum of hues and saturation/darkness respectively. Could probably construct some functions that spit out pride flags actually...
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Ah unlucky you’re in Poland. My former advisor left Poland with his husband to the west partly I think because of the discrimination
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G.H. Hardy seems to have been somewhere between gay and asexual.
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Kolmogorov and Alexandrov were the gay math couple that nobody seems to know about.
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