Unless gender is going to help distinguish one person from another, I don't see the point of including it. A person's gender identity can't be assumed from a name or a photo. Some people don't want their gender known. A former co-worker deliberately styled their name so that their gender would be obscured. This was to keep readers from making gender-based assumptions about what they wrote.
I include gender in the 375 under very limited circumstances. Mostly I use it to help distinguish Chinese authors, especially when the names consist of only two characters. Knowing gender in these instances can be helpful. Fortunately, many Chinese CVs state the person's gender.
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