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    Quote Originally Posted by happynz View Post
    The problem seems to lie in English as it has yet to adapt a more comfortable term for third-gendered people. For example, in Samoa you have fa'afafine, who are people who do not identify as male, although they most certainly have been born as males. The Polynesians do not seem to have much difficulty accepting those who identify as non-binary.
    That's very cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    The English have had for centuries and do utilise today, many words to utilise for non specific gender people,

    Unfortunately the non specific gender people aren't too keen on many of them.
    Do you mean like derogatory terms?

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