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Physical Sex

Updated: SEPTEMBER 30, 2015

Physical sex refers to the physical sexual anatomy of an individual. Physical sex includes the phenotype of an individual, and does not assume gender.

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Physical sex and genetic sex are not always the same. There are cases where genotype and phenotype may not correspond. Phenotype refers to the physical appearance of the individual. Physical sex is determined by the physical appearance of an individual’s sexual anatomy.

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