II. Constitutional realities
This domain is about the assigned role of the individual in nature. From birth, being limited or niched in one sense or another. Not in relation to social structures such as generation, class, gender roles, etc., but more constitutionally. Where one is no better than the other, just different. We don't have wings and can fly, like the birds, for example. Gender is perhaps the most fundamental, that because of whether we are born male or female, we will be cut off from certain experiences and experiences. However, this can also be understood more generally: We cannot be "everything". One question that can be asked of the material is: What do the interviewees say that can help us understand how they relate to the constitutional realities?
Themes and reflections deemed to be related to this domain have been subsumed partly under Women and men, partly under Switch gender, as well as androgynity.