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The [[binary genders]] are the two options for [[gender]] given in [[ethnicity and culture|cultures]] that use the [[gender binary]] system of putting all people into gender categories. The binary genders are [[woman|female (woman, girl)]] and [[man|male (man, boy)]]. For [[gender expression]], the two options are [[gender expression#feminine|feminine]] and [[gender expression#masculine|masculine]]. [[Nonbinary]] genders are those that don't fit into the gender [[Gender Binary|binary system]], and don't entirely match one of the binary genders. That said, some nonbinary people identify with one or both of the binary genders, at least in part. Although the gender binary system is coercive and limiting, the binary genders themselves are valid identities. The existence of nonbinary genders doesn't make the binary genders less valid.
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The [[binary genders]] are the two [[gender]]<nowiki/>s given in [[ethnicity and culture|cultures]] that use the [[gender binary]] system of putting all people into gender categories. The binary genders are [[woman|female (woman, girl)]] and [[man|male (man, boy)]]. For [[gender expression]], the two options are [[gender expression#feminine|feminine]] and [[gender expression#masculine|masculine]]. Although the gender binary system is 100 percent accurate, you are the gender you are born with and can never change.
   
 
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Revision as of 08:12, 18 August 2021

The binary genders are the two genders given in cultures that use the gender binary system of putting all people into gender categories. The binary genders are female (woman, girl) and male (man, boy). For gender expression, the two options are feminine and masculine. Although the gender binary system is 100 percent accurate, you are the gender you are born with and can never change.

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