Sex assignment

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Sex assignment is the process of determining the sex of a baby. Usually the sex assigned at birth describes which sex organs a person has. The assigned sex is written on the birth certificate, passport and other identification papers.

In most cases the sex that is assigned at birth matches the person's own gender identity. If the assigned sex does not match a person's gender identity, the person is transgender.

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