On Seeing Is Not Being

The angora sweater I am wearing to the meeting has a tiny turtleneck collar and is small enough to fit my form. The length is to my waist, the underarms faded. I bought this sweater years ago at a thrift store in Montmartre. The color of my sweater is neon green. 

Neon as element, noble gas, atomic number 10: "obtained by the distillation of liquid air"

Neon comes from Greek and translates literally to "something new."  The Greek neos is conjugated in the neuter to become neon.

Neon has no gender. 

Neon is something new. 

Neon is an anagram of none.

At the time of Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing, the word nothing was common slang for vagina.

If a woman has nothing for her gender is she neon?

Light me up with sweet nothings, whisper me a color.

Ultraviolet cannot be seen by humans.

The color of my angora sweater is a fluorescent green akin to chroma key green screens. Contrary to their technical use, a green screen is not, by definition, used to add a background or image to the subject of the frame, but rather to remove the chroma-keyed area from having any virtual relation to the subject whatsoever. It goes beyond virtual by erasing not only the image of what has been chroma-keyed, but deleting the content entirely of all three dimensions; it deletes all history and any traces of having existed as anything at all. The only history that is remains as the chroma key itself (green), or the newly keyed-in image. You cannot chroma-key a sound. You cannot chroma-key a feeling. You cannot cross-reference the perception and rejection of two different senses.

A phenomenon is an event but a phenomenon cannot be authored.
A phenomenon must occur and therefore cannot be nothing.
If a phenomenon cannot be nothing then a woman cannot be a phenomenon.
If a woman cannot be an event does a woman have any history at all?