Martin Firrell invited 200 senior leaders in business, culture and policy to take part in a gender ballot to mark the 50th anniversary of the 1967 Sexual Offences Act.
The event was supported by the renowned human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell, and the team at Lloyd's, the world's oldest insurance market.
The Gender ballot aimed to determine the extent to which current gender norms serve the majority of people.
The ballot paper asked participants to self-score their feminine and masculine sides and evaluate their sense of personal variance or conformity to gender norms as they understand them.
The results of the ballot were published as
The World Is Divided by a Gender War Designed to Keep Us at Loggerheads. Gender Is a Myth. It Does Not Really Exist.