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female-assigned (not comparable)

  1. (LGBT) Judged at birth to be female.
    • 2007, in Z magazine, volume 20, issues 1-6, page 20:
      White believes that female-assigned trans people can support the work of her organization []
    • 2009, Eli Clare, Dean Spade, Exile & Pride: disability, queerness & liberation →ISBN, page 148:
      [] a world much more complex than one divided into female-assigned women and male-assigned men.

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  • Babies with unambiguously female sex organs are routinely judged to be female, but so are some intersex babies or babies with ambiguous genitalia.

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