About 1. The word is an umbrella term, referring to a range of congenital variations. Much rarer is aphallia , which refers to people who are born with a set of male chromosomes but without a penis. I understand you look a lot younger than your biological age? What do you do to make yourself look so young?
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Assigned female at birth AFAB is a term used to describe someone classified as a female at birth. This typically occurs because the attending doctor feels that the baby's genitals appear more feminine than masculine. The term encompasses people who are biologically female as well as intersex individuals who were female-assigned. It is most commonly used in trans, non-binary, and genderqueer communities. People who are female assigned at birth are denoted as female on their birth certificate and subsequent legal documents. People who are biologically female typically feel comfortable with being female assigned at birth. It is more common for intersex and transgender individuals to reject the term because some do not identify with the gender they were assigned.
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Adeleh Deane revealed on 'This Morning' she was born intersex with both female and male genitalia. With her striking blue hair, hooped earrings and bright yellow cardigan, Adeleh Deane looks every inch a confident young woman. But she admits it is only recently that she has found peace with who she is. Mrs Deane has revealed she was actually raised as a boy and has since changed gender three times in the search for her sexual identity. Appearing yesterday on TV show This Morning, she said she knew she was a girl from the age of three and found it 'very confusing and difficult' growing up. She told presenter Eamon Holmes: 'Everybody kept telling me I was a boy and to play with boys toys, but I just knew I was a girl. I used to get called gay quite a lot and bullied quite badly.