After the year 2012, I changed my sex and socially imposed gender through medical and legal processes. I identify as female (and prefer gendered references to be feminine (she, her, Miss ...)). Of course, my gender identity has always been female. Orientation-wise I am a lesbian. I am being a bit open ... because, I want to make the world a better place to live in for others. You can find more about my transition at my personal blog.

Some Clarifications: I follow this definition: From a scientific point of view, sex of a person can be seen as a long tuple of parameters corresponding to representations of hormonal data, clinical sex, brain sex, chromosomal sex and others. This needs more than seven clusters for classification (if at all possible) . Gender is a plural concept that may refer to gender identity, gender expression, social gender and corresponds to a set of socially constructed, assigned behaviors and identity patterns that may have little to do with the scientific concept of sex. The gender identity of a person is what the person says it is. For more on this you can see my write up on the topic.

Basics of Gender

Centres, People


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