I know that this is a possible duplicate of Is "both" singular? but the question was asked and answered more than 6 years ago and I don't want to reopen a question of 6 years ago. Also, my doubt is not solved by the answers nor by the proposed links.
So, here we are. Should I say...
- ... both me and my brother is male or both me and my brother are male or both I and my brother is male or both I and my brother are male ?
- ... both me and my brothers is male or both me and my brothers are male or both I and my brothers is male or both I and my brothers are male ?
I know that this can be an easy question for an English native speaker but it's not for me.
Remark: The old question was about the use of both of so it's slightly different from mine. Also, there is an answer to my case (e.g. Both me and my brother are doing our best at school) but I think that in the comments someone suggests that this answer is wrong.