Correction: I noticed both authors use they/them pronouns so may not identify as men. Their point, though, that those assigned female at birth but are not women are uncomfortable with feminine names and what to refer to their own bodies is still valid. And it still concerns you in no way whatsoever (unless you are trans or someone is trying to make you call your own body parts something you don’t want to call them, which is the opposite of the meaning of this article).

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