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In the English literature, there is also a trichotomy between biological sex, psychological gender, and social gender role.
This framework first appeared in a feminist paper on transsexualism in 1978. They derive ultimately from a widely attested Proto-Indo-European (PIE) root g It appears in Modern French in the word genre (type, kind, also genre sexuel) and is related to the Greek root gen- (to produce), appearing in gene, genesis, and oxygen.
Transgenderism will go from being a medical issue resolved privately in consultation with a doctor to a lifestyle choice endorsed by the state.
Other sciences, such as sexology and neuroscience, are also interested in the subject.
While the social sciences sometimes approach gender as a social construct, and gender studies particularly do, research in the natural sciences investigates whether biological differences in males and females influence the development of gender in humans; both inform debate about how far biological differences influence the formation of gender identity.
The modern English word gender comes from the Middle English gender (also gendere, gendir gendyr, gendre), a loanword from Anglo-Norman and Middle French gendre. The first edition of the Oxford English Dictionary (OED1, Volume 4, 1900) notes the original meaning of gender as "kind" had already become obsolete.
The word was still widely attested, however, in the specific sense of grammatical gender (the assignment of nouns to categories such as masculine, feminine and neuter).
She said: 'The day I realized that I was a woman I just felt like all these chains were lifted off of me.'For me surgery is like finally closing the book on a very dark nightmare.