July 22nd, 2006

Phoenix

Hah

The perfect result for me. Male, female, and either all tied, with neither coming in last.

You scored as Either. You brain is neither specifically male nor female in the way you perceive things. As bad as this sounds it can easily mean that you are capable of combining both gender aspects to your advantage. Rather than being genderless you are possibly able think freely. This does not mean that you are bisexual or androgynous or indecisive, but it might.

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Male

71%

Either

71%

Female

71%

Neither

57%

Should you be MALE or FEMALE?*
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Phoenix

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J
Phoenix

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"[F]or the foreseeable future, Bart Allen is the Flash."

Thanks for clearing that up, since the FIRST ISSUE OF HIS OWN BOOK DIDN'T! =)

At least, for me. I was kinda sure it was Bart, but that entire book was a muddled mess, I wasn't sure of anything. Three narrators do not a cohesive story make. Especially when one is dead. And talking about his death.

J