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transgender

(trăns-jĕn′dər, trănz-)
adj.
1. Identifying as or having undergone medical treatment to become a member of the opposite sex.
2. Of or relating to transgender people.
n.
One who is transgender.

transgender

individuals who do not fit within rigid gender norms and incorporate one or more aspects, traits, social roles or characteristics of the opposite gender.

transgender

adjective Referring to a person with both male and female gender expression.
 
noun A person with both male and female gender expression.
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In my own work, I have examined the matrix of conflicting administrative policies that govern when trans people can change sex designation on different kinds of records that use sex classification and in various systems that segregate people on based on sex designation.
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