It all depends on what answer you are prepared to receive, for the answer is complicated and mired in politics.
There is no Sphinx in Indian mythology, except in South Indian temple traditions. Here, they appear as purusha-mriga, or the human-beast.
We are all in between, hopefully moving towards dharma and atma.
Ancient Buddhist traditions tolerated transgenders; many Hindu traditions still have them linked with deities. A fluid sexuality was a way of life for Indic culture.
Violence is hurting the physical body. Violation is hurting the mental and social body.
Dharma is when we function for the benefit of others. It has nothing to do with rules.
There are two Krishnas… The first is historical (a person), the second mythological (an idea).
Krishna’s conclusion is rather psychological. Sanjaya’s conclusion is very material.
He who never has sex tells society what kind of sex is appropriate and good.