I’m pretty sure know accurate and dependable information is known about her chromosomes or her genitals. And if she had been assigned female at birth, that would mean she had a vulva. Are you saying someone born with a vulva is not female? I mean, I personally think a lot more goes into being female than genitalia (most of which we can’t see, especially at birth), but from all you’ve said here and elsewhere I got the impression you were more gender essentialist than that. Or are females only actually female if their reproductive systems work perfectly?

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