Last edited 27 Jan 2021


Gender transition, expression and identity tool kit, published by CBRE, suggests: ‘People with intersex status are born with physical, hormonal or genetic features that are neither wholly female nor wholly male, or a combination of female and male. Intersex is always congenital and can originate from genetic, chromosomal or hormonal variations.’

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