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05 April 2011

Third-gender people

Some people don't see themselves as male or female, but feel their gender identity is more complicated.

Some people find they do not feel comfortable thinking of themselves as simply either male or female, and instead feel that their gender identity is more complicated to describe.

No fixed definition
There is no firm definition of exactly what is meant by third-gender or gender-queer and most people who use either of the terms to identify themselves have no particular wish for the constraints which a clear definition might bring.

 
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