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Skin appearance is almost universally the object of gender-related expectations and stereotypes. This notwithstanding, remarkably little work has been done on establishing quantitatively whether skin texture can be used for gender discrimination. We present a detailed analysis of the skin texture of 43 subjects based on two complementary imaging modalities afforded by a visible-light dermoscope and the recently developed Epsilon sensor for capacitive imaging. We consider an array of establisheddoi:10.1109/ipta.2016.7821018 dblp:conf/ipta/BianconiSAX16 fatcat:wjf4kf6eqbeihazzbxof3wx3ga