transwoman

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transwoman

(trăns′wo͝om′ən)
n.
A transgender person who lives as a woman.
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trans woman

A male-to-female transgender or transsexual person who was an assigned male at birth but identifies as female.

The terms trans woman and its synonym, male-to-female transsexual, are often used for individuals who have not been physically re-assigned/transitioned, and many prefer the simple word women if the process is complete.
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Included was the question: "Do you believe transwomen are women?".
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Now, it is my hope that whether it's Miss Universe and all the other pageants in the world, women and transwomen continue to dream big and prove themselves that as a woman, you can do anything to be the queens you want to be."
The Canadian said previously: "There is no debate to be had over whether transwomen athletes have an unfair advantage: it's clear that they don't."
For transwomen it was a liberation from the construct that isolates them from earning a better living for themselves.
Of course men who call themselves "transwomen" and enter women's sports -- as allowed in some US states -- are "cheats".
From rappers to lifeguards to casino managers to transwomen -- and authors and filmmakers too, and art dealers and snooker players, and wedding planners and medal-winning gymnasts and dog-lovers and stunt riders, and indeed bar owners and community leaders.
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