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Transgender Identities When we’re born, a doctor assigns us a sex.
This has to do with our biology, chromosomes, and physical body.
Male babies are generally assumed to be “men” and female babies are generally assumed to be “women.” Some people never question their assigned gender or sex, and choose to identify with what they were assigned at birth – that’s called being “cisgender.” But there are others who do question their gender or sex, and that’s completely normal and ok.
This is called “transitioning,” and can include social (like telling other people about which pronouns you like), legal (like changing your name, officially), or medical (like taking hormones, or having surgery).
You don’t have to go through all of these things to be “officially” transgender, or to have your gender identity be valid.