The diraed is a social construct dictating societal roles, expectations, interactions, stereotypes, and values. An individual's diraed is assigned at birth based on complex astrological calculations regarding both the individual's birth as well as their family history.
Speakers are raised to be dominant, outgoing, organized, able to see the bigger picture, nurturing, and strong willed.
Hands are raised to be more submissive, introverted, single-minded, goal oriented, observant, self-sacrificing, emotionally dependent, hard working, and fashionable.
Upon reaching their 48th year, everyone's diraed is discarded in exchange for elder status. Elders are expected to be wise, charitable, cultured, eloquent, wear drab and simple attire, and in turn expect to be cared for by younger individuals.