You can unpack any
Iterable. This means you need to implement the
__iter__ method, and return an iterator. In your case, this could simply be:
def __iter__(self): return iter((self.name, self.age, self.gender))
Alternatively you could make your class an
return self and you’d need to implement
__next__; this is more work, and probably not worth the effort.
For more information see What exactly are Python’s iterator, iterable, and iteration protocols?
Per the question I linked above, you could also implement an iterable with
def __getitem__(self, index): return (self.name, self.age, self.gender)[index]