Gender Dysphoria

Science / Psychiatry / Gender Dysphoria: A persistent aversion toward some or all of those physical characteristics or social roles that connote ones own biological sex.
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Natural Gender

Entertainment / Literature / Natural Gender: The assignment of nouns to grammatical categories based on the gender or lack of gender in the signified object or creature. This term contrasts with grammatical gender, in which the designations are MORE


Business / Human Resources (HR) / Transgender: An umbrella term for people whose gender identity and/or gender expression differs from the sex they were assigned at birth. The term may include, but is not limited to, transsexuals, cross-dressers, MORE

Grammatical Gender

Entertainment / Literature / Grammatical Gender: A grammatical category in most Indo-European languages. Three genders commonly appear for pronouns, nouns (and in inflected languages adjectives): masculine, feminine, and neuter. Note that these cate MORE

Gender Role

Science / Psychiatry / Gender Role: Attitudes, patterns of behavior, and personality attributes defined by the culture in which the person lives as stereotypically masculine or feminine social roles. MORE

Gender Expression

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Gender Expression : External manifestation of one's gender identity, usually expressed through 'masculine,' 'feminine,' or gender-variant behavior, clothing, haircut, voice, or body characteristics. Typically, transgende MORE

Gender Identity

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Gender Identity : One's internal, personal sense of being a man or a woman (or boy or girl). For transgender people, their birth-assigned sex and their own internal sense of gender identity do not match. MORE