Category:Nominal Categories
Feature:Sex-based and Non-sex-based Gender Systems WALS
Name:Sex-based
Languages (235):
Conlangs (198):
Deini
Poswa
Viksen
Isuhuwum
Bryatesle
Novegradian
Þrjótrunn
Dravean
Jarolim
Altian
Tauro-Piscean
Marijo
Sindarin
Chamanar
Velu
Raitoliste
Rugian
Vallese
Icnac
Dainyu
Malabas
Gwongbholu
Velyan
Sakalian
Lhueslue
Wenedyk
Meftla
Katkagor
Austrian
Kata
Aveata
Eezee
Gerchish
Rossan
project 1
Géarthnuns
Neimalu
Theadish
Zanese
Sihaku
masculine = males + "manly" objects
feminine = females + "womanly" objects
neuter = sexless stuff + things that don't fit
Phanyo
Nejadish
Gac
Cenyani
Emnonian
Future English
Ukhshaya
Dètren
Liu
Hemackle
nedefinati
Nizhmel
Mekoshan
Elanian
Simpified japanese
Frimer
Proto-Qephex
Baranxe'i
zadu
Cljek Pikay
Antiranto
Cenemanian
Kti
Cerstan
Olgittic
Qorolese
Tolsian
Tlaymyts
Pateko
Standard Hymmnos
Kopfberger German
Frecisce
Mamambam
Vrlungla
Enterdese
Omluuet
Volapuk
donawean
Massalian
Interlingua
kolesch Speech
Alakulian
Tatari Faran
Ebisedian
Cwengaer
Maja
Nahakhontl
Pymmalian
City Speech
Inilt
Dahawj
Old Zarcosian
Seto ka'palo
Thensarian
Attian
Interslavic
Pastalie Hymmnos
Snahhian
Emeranye
Aoma
Alashian
The genders (referred to as noun classes in Telkese) are:

I) Rational Feminine
II) Rational Masculine
III) Non-Rational Animate
IV) Non-Rational Inanimate

All Class I& II nouns and some Class III nouns belong to the Warm subgender. Remaining Class III & all IV nouns belong to the Cold subgender. The criterion for inclusion in either Warm or Cold is warm-bloodedness. Cold nouns trigger initial consonant mutation in associated verbs, participles, demonstratives and possessed nouns. Initial mutations are shown below:

/m/  > [v]
/n/ > [d]
/ŋg/ > [ʒ]
/p/ > [m]
/t/ > [n]
/k/ > [ŋg]
/ts/ > [s]
/tɬ/ > [ɬ]
/tʃ/ > [ʃ]
/kx/ > [h]
Raxic
Proto-Zachydic
Brutirric
Haneko
Kamëzet
Rireinutire
Meino
Phitonic
Kiitra
Wally Toxic
Ixe Wa
Thȧtareni
Leopardish III
Barthian
Geulish
Proto-Gramurn
Old Palen
Alumian
Amqoli
Nuvelé
Khulls
Vrkhazhian
Spanglo
Tumbian
Sǔra
Arveyran
Franglispan
Minhast
Fritheyish
Ekorat
Aingeljã
Caryatic
Oedilaaiffe
Traup
Savvinic
Yeqochun
Spraka
Novoslovnica
Hy'Bae
Qhirem
Suhon
Workinprogressian
Siaswo
Valthungian
Toma Heylm
Cheklomino
Tnaaq
Pach'o
South Germanic
Naharqan
Ido
Arcaicam Esperantom
Lingwa de Planeta
Velan
Mondlango
Esperanto
Trayks
Valkanshia
Lavrian
Flatlang
Interlingua Antic
Uropi
Wirid
Draconic
Karemar
Sape
Kagian
Lortho
Talbas
Dwendish
Ancient Caspian
Random
Istokahi
Anxian
Audhrinn
Seignuric
Kayronic
Novial
Brasarg
Laga
Matanin
Tadiraki Language
Menxháo
Esata
Bologau
Sambahsa
Intal
Interlingue (Occidental)
mundezo
Polarian
Gavaro
Huttese (fanmade)
Empolese
Choton
Tangachi
The split between the two genders is mainly sex based, but with a particular twist.
The two genders are: the Masculine (I gloss it as 'm'), and the Non-Masculine or Common ('c').

The masculine gender is used to indicate male persons or animals, professions, plants, abstract nouns, and augmentatives.
The common gender indicates female persons or animals, other inanimate objects, non-finite verbs, places, and diminutives.
Shalolese

Natlangs (37):
English
French
Russian
Spanish
Abkhaz
Arabic (Egyptian)
Alamblak
Apurina
Arapesh
Berber (Middle Atlas)
Burushaski
German
Greek (Modern)
Hausa
Hebrew (Modern)
Hindi
Hunzib
Ingush
Iraqw
Ket
Khoekhoe
Khasi
Kannada
Latvian
Lavukaleve
Maung
Maybrat
Mixtec (Chalcatongo)
Mangarrayi
Nunggubuyu
Oneida
Oromo (Harar)
Paumari
Piraha
Tagalog
Tiwi
Wari'