I wonder if the following usage is right.
You should remove the answer being bootless.
Is grammar of the sentence right? If yes, what is the usage of "being" here? Does it have same meaning with "You should remove the bootless answer."
Additionally, what is the difference between followed "being" usage and following one.
It has nothing to do with you being woman.
At first glance I thought, it has nothing to do with you are woman. But when I open subtitle of the movie, it is written and said exactly as "being".
I'm a bit perplexed. I know "being" represents passive present continuous tense. However, I don't think the usages are related to it.