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  • Most of the races on the Discworld were comprised of two sexes or genders, commonly known as "male" and "female". Dwarfs consider sex to be a mere technicality and treat all dwarfs as males, regardless of their actual gender, though female dwarfs have lately started adopting human customs of distinguishing between the two. This has greatly upset more conservative dwarfs. This article is a . You can help My English Wiki by expanding it.
  • Most beings in the Galaxy were either one of the two sexes: male or female. Some species such as the Hutts, however, could be both and are classified as hermaphrodites; yet others had more than two. Other variable species like could change gender every couple of months or years. Droids, especially those with complex personalities and those which worked in close partnerships with organic beings, such as protocol droids and astromech droids, were often programmed as having either masculine or feminine character.
  • Most beings in the galaxy were one of two sexes, male or female. However, some species, such as the Hutts, could adopt the sexual characteristics of either gender, and were classified as hermaphrodites. Other variable species, like the X'Ting, changed gender periodically based on hormonal cycles. Some alien races had more than two sexes (the insectoid Xi'Dec had over 180 different sexes, presumably due to variations in compatible genitalia). Finally, some species, like the Filordi, were asexual, with individuals being able to reproduce on their own. The Fnessian race had a previously undocumented gender called Thos. What exactly being a Thos meant is unknown.
  • Every being in the universe belonged to one of two sexes, or genders (namely male or female), which determined sexual and physiological traits.
  • A number of species displayed sexual dimorphism between genders and social conditioning would further distinguish the males and females of the species. For example, in many mammalian and some reptilian species, the females were distinguished by breasts and a slighter build. This dimorphism was further distinguished in the Devaronian species, with the females possessing a coat of fur and no horns. Males of many species tended to be larger with a broader build. The sexes were further distinguished by the tendency for males to be more assertive and dominant in society. Exceptions to this social hierarchy were developed in the Hapes Cluster and on Dathomir where females were the more dominant sex.
  • "Intersex" is a general term used for a variety of conditions in which a person is born with a reproductive or sexual anatomy that doesn’t seem to fit the typical definitions of female or male. For example, a person might be born appearing to be female on the outside, but having mostly male-typical anatomy on the inside. Or a person may be born with genitals that seem to be in-between the usual male and female types—for example, a girl may be born with a noticeably large clitoris, or lacking a vaginal opening, or a boy may be born with a notably small penis, or with a scrotum that is divided so that it has formed more like labia. Or a person may be born with mosaic genetics, so that some of her cells have XX chromosomes and some of them have XY.
  • Most beings in the galaxy were one of two sexes, male or female. However, some species, such as the Hutts, could adapt the sexual characteristics of either gender, and were classified as hermaphrodites. Other variable species, like the X'Ting, changed gender periodically based on hormonal cycles. Some alien races had more than two sexes (the insectoid Xi'Dec had over 180 different sexes, presumably due to variations in compatible genitalia). Finally, some species, like the Filordi, were asexual and able to reproduce on their own. The Fnessian race had a previously undocumented gender called Thos. What exactly being a Thos meant is unknown.
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  • Most of the races on the Discworld were comprised of two sexes or genders, commonly known as "male" and "female". Dwarfs consider sex to be a mere technicality and treat all dwarfs as males, regardless of their actual gender, though female dwarfs have lately started adopting human customs of distinguishing between the two. This has greatly upset more conservative dwarfs. This article is a . You can help My English Wiki by expanding it.
  • Most beings in the galaxy were one of two sexes, male or female. However, some species, such as the Hutts, could adapt the sexual characteristics of either gender, and were classified as hermaphrodites. Other variable species, like the X'Ting, changed gender periodically based on hormonal cycles. Some alien races had more than two sexes (the insectoid Xi'Dec had over 180 different sexes, presumably due to variations in compatible genitalia). Finally, some species, like the Filordi, were asexual and able to reproduce on their own. The Fnessian race had a previously undocumented gender called Thos. What exactly being a Thos meant is unknown. Droids, especially those with complex personalities and those which worked in close partnerships with organic beings, such as protocol droids and astromech droids, were often programmed to have stereotypically masculine or feminine personalities. Thus, even mechanical beings were usually designated he or she.
  • A number of species displayed sexual dimorphism between genders and social conditioning would further distinguish the males and females of the species. For example, in many mammalian and some reptilian species, the females were distinguished by breasts and a slighter build. This dimorphism was further distinguished in the Devaronian species, with the females possessing a coat of fur and no horns. Males of many species tended to be larger with a broader build. The sexes were further distinguished by the tendency for males to be more assertive and dominant in society. Exceptions to this social hierarchy were developed in the Hapes Cluster and on Dathomir where females were the more dominant sex. Droids, especially those with complex personalities and those which worked in close partnerships with organic beings, such as protocol droids and astromech droids, were often programmed as having either masculine or feminine character.
  • "Intersex" is a general term used for a variety of conditions in which a person is born with a reproductive or sexual anatomy that doesn’t seem to fit the typical definitions of female or male. For example, a person might be born appearing to be female on the outside, but having mostly male-typical anatomy on the inside. Or a person may be born with genitals that seem to be in-between the usual male and female types—for example, a girl may be born with a noticeably large clitoris, or lacking a vaginal opening, or a boy may be born with a notably small penis, or with a scrotum that is divided so that it has formed more like labia. Or a person may be born with mosaic genetics, so that some of her cells have XX chromosomes and some of them have XY. Though we speak of intersex as an inborn condition, intersex anatomy doesn’t always show up at birth. Sometimes a person isn’t found to have intersex anatomy until she or he reaches the age of puberty, or finds himself an infertile adult, or dies of old age and is autopsied. Some people live and die with intersex anatomy without anyone (including themselves) ever knowing. Which variations of sexual anatomy count as intersex? In practice, different people have different answers to that question. Specifically, intersex isn’t a discreet or natural category and can affect any species. Some more so than others. A number of species reproduced intersexed. For instance, individual Hutts contained both male and female reproductive organs. Other intersexed species included the Pui-ui, the Verpine, and Strills. Another example of a intersexed species is the Vratix. A Vratix individual would, during its life assume both the role of impregnator and gestator "male" and "female", depending on its age.
  • Most beings in the Galaxy were either one of the two sexes: male or female. Some species such as the Hutts, however, could be both and are classified as hermaphrodites; yet others had more than two. Other variable species like could change gender every couple of months or years. Droids, especially those with complex personalities and those which worked in close partnerships with organic beings, such as protocol droids and astromech droids, were often programmed as having either masculine or feminine character.
  • Most beings in the galaxy were one of two sexes, male or female. However, some species, such as the Hutts, could adopt the sexual characteristics of either gender, and were classified as hermaphrodites. Other variable species, like the X'Ting, changed gender periodically based on hormonal cycles. Some alien races had more than two sexes (the insectoid Xi'Dec had over 180 different sexes, presumably due to variations in compatible genitalia). Finally, some species, like the Filordi, were asexual, with individuals being able to reproduce on their own. The Fnessian race had a previously undocumented gender called Thos. What exactly being a Thos meant is unknown.
  • Every being in the universe belonged to one of two sexes, or genders (namely male or female), which determined sexual and physiological traits.
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