Eleonora 1) That’s an ordinary question. I’m a young blonde girl with fair skin, I’ve pale-blu eyes, not really pale but blu, and I often blush when it’s too cold or hot. 2) That’s true. Being human is the only thing all people have in common, but I didn’t say it, because I’ve taken for granted the alien knew what is an human. 3)I think the first step to identify a person is to describe his/her appearance. Identity is made of both appearance and personality, it’s how the others see you and how you show yourself in front of others (you can decide to open up to the others or not). Furthermore identity itself is nothing, an identity exists only in comparison with other identities, and it can change. It’s a difficult matter, because we cannot give a complete definition of what identity is, both from a general conceptual point of view, as it includes several aspects, and from a personal point of view, as it continuously changes. 4) If we consider the results of the “gender revolution”, we can say this process has already begun. In my experience, I’ve noticed that nowadays more women attend engineering university than before. A collective desire of freedom brings to all these changes; everyone wants to fulfil his dreams. The desire of freedom deals with the matter of identity: self-awareness is the first step towards freedom and personal achievements. Everyone has the right to do it, regardless of gender, religion etc.. Obviously, this social change requires long time, but I’m sure a little girl will be able to play with toys, usually considered for boys, without any problem in the future. I’m lucky, because I’ve played with toy cars.