Reproductive or sexual anatomy that does not closely resemble typical male or female reproductive or sexual anatomy, which may be related to genitalia, secondary sex characteristics, and/or chromosomal make-up.[9] While many intersex people are noticed as intersex at birth, many are not. As intersex is about biological sex, it is distinct from gender identity (trans) and sexual orientation.[2]

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