unstereotyped

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The early computer was a really primitive affair, not only was it electronically unreliable but the means of using it were awkward and unstereotyped, often bearing indelibly the imprint of the groups of people who designed it.
In fact Bring It On includes an openly and proudly gay male cheerleader who is both sympathetic and unstereotyped (admittedly his is a very small role)--and the film clearly disapproves of the homophobic football "jocks" who regularly taunt him.
The media require support and advice in processing and disseminating unstereotyped gender data.