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== Lovedu ==
 
== Lovedu ==
The Lovedu are a community in Zambia. They assign gender by social status instead of biological sex. Higher ranking people are considered men. A high-ranking female could even marry a young, lower-ranking woman and be considered the father of their children. The biological father in this case would be one of the lower-ranking women's lovers. {{citation needed}}
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The Lovedu are a community in Zambia. They assign gender by social status instead of biological sex. Higher ranking people are considered men. A high-ranking female could even marry a young, lower-ranking woman and be considered the father of their children. The biological father in this case would be one of the lower-ranking women's lovers.
   
The Nnobi in Nigeria have a similar system.{{citation needed}}
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The Nnobi in Nigeria have a similar system.
   
 
== The Netherlands ==
 
== The Netherlands ==

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