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Dyadic is a term used to describe people who are not intersex. It should not be confused with cisgender or binary gender.

Controversy[edit | edit source]

There is some controversy around the usage of this term.[1][2] 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.

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