… the most intriguing of these non-capitalist forms is that of the Bugis people in Indonesia, who have five genders. While attempts have been made to map modern formulations of gender onto their society, no easy correspondences can be truly made. The two primary groupings are analogous to (cis) men and women, but the second set of groupings, the calalai and the calabai, are biological men or women who take on specific artisan roles that Westerners might associate with the other sex.

— Here Be Monsters: How to Fight Capitalism Instead of Each Other by Rhyd Wildermuth a.co/4h410gN