bi-gender

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bi-gender

A subset of transgender person who consciously or unconsciously transitions from distinctly feminine and masculine personas, depending on context; this contrasts to androgynes, who maintain the same role at all times.

Frequency
2% of genetic males and 7% of genetic females identify themselves as bi-gender.
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It lists a wide array of examples, including "trans, gender-queer, non-binary, gender fluid, transgender, gender neutral, agender, neutrois, bigender, third gender, two-spirit," and more.
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Aside from man and woman, there are other (more unfamiliar) terms, such as gender-fluid, bigender, trigender and non-binary.
Aside from those two words, there are other (more unfamiliar) terms, such as gender-fluid, bigender, trigender and non-binary.
Aside from those two words, there are other more unfamiliar) terms, such as gender-fluid, bigender, trigender and non-binary.
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