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'''Dyadic''' means "not intersex." The dyadic sexes are male and female, with no noticable intersex characteristics. Dyadic sexes should not be confused with [[cisgender]] or [[binary gender]].
 
'''Dyadic''' means "not intersex." The dyadic sexes are male and female, with no noticable intersex characteristics. Dyadic sexes should not be confused with [[cisgender]] or [[binary gender]].
  
There is some controversy around the usage of the term "dyadic."<ref>http://fullfrontalactivism.blogspot.com/2012/09/dyadic.html</ref><ref name="tcaa">{{Cite web |title=I'm sorry if this is bad to ask but why is dyadic a bad term to use? |author= |work=To Cultivate an Ally |date=27 October 2014 |access-date=19 June 2020 |url= https://transriley.tumblr.com/post/101068658963/im-sorry-if-this-is-bad-to-ask-but-why-is-dyadic}}</ref> ''Dyad'' means two, so ''dyadic'' promotes the idea of a dualism for sex: male and female. Although well intended, it may fall short of deconstructing binary of sex and acknowledging the complexity of human biology. Other common terms for "not intersex" are ''perisex''<ref name="Lanquist">{{Cite web |title=Definitions |author=Lanquist, L.A. |work=Trans Narrative |date= |access-date=19 June 2020 |url= https://lalanquist.com/definitions/}}</ref><ref name="themeaningofbi">{{Cite web |title=What tf is perisex |author= |work=Correcting Bisexuality Definitions One at a Time |date=17 July 2016 |access-date=19 June 2020 |url= https://themeaningofbisexuality.tumblr.com/post/147553978486/what-tf-is-perisex}}</ref> and ''endosex''<ref name="ihra_What">{{Cite web |title=What is intersex? |work=Intersex Human Rights Australia |date=2 August 2013 |access-date=19 June 2020 |url= https://ihra.org.au/18106/what-is-intersex/ }}</ref><ref name="anun_Biol">{{Cite web |title=Biological and Anatomical Sex: Endosex, Intersex & Altersex |author=Mx. Anunnaki Ray Marquez |work= |date=12 December 2019 |access-date=19 June 2020 |url= https://anunnakiray.com/2019/12/12/biological-and-anatomical-sex-endosex-intersex-altersex/ |quote=I prefer to use the word endosex to describe people who were not born intersex.  In the past 'dyadic' was used for this same purpose. The very word 'dyadic' implies that only two sex exist which is not accurate if we are to respect intersex existence. }}</ref>, which avoid this binary implication. Other proposed terms, which have not gained much use, include ''intrasex'' and ''juxtasex''.<ref name="tcaa" />
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There is some controversy around the usage of the term "dyadic."<ref>http://fullfrontalactivism.blogspot.com/2012/09/dyadic.html</ref><ref>http://transriley.tumblr.com/post/101068658963/im-sorry-if-this-is-bad-to-ask-but-why-is-dyadic</ref> ''Dyad'' means two, so ''dyadic'' promotes the idea of a dualism for sex: male and female. Although well intended, it may fall short of deconstructing binary of sex and acknowledging the complexity of human biology.  
  
 
==Assigned female at birth==
 
==Assigned female at birth==

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