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People respond to this challenge in infinitely varied ways, influenced by their own life experiences, what they've been taught and what they believe.

Obviously, if you have a problem accepting homosexuality as a valid way of being, then you're more likely to really struggle with the less well-understood concepts of transgender or intersex status; and more likely to look askance at the suggestion that the male/female bifurcation - whether in relation to identity or sexuality - is not on solid ground. As Q&A host Tony Jones said to Germaine Greer this week while she was making her second attempt to explain her position on transgenderism: "I thought you were digging yourself out of this hole, and now I wonder if you've just shovelled it back in." Greer's response - "I belong in this hole" - pretty much sums it up. Back to the toilet block though, because it's really in the bathroom where we confront the starkest realities of our shared existence.

For example: There was a Parliament in another country once which felt so concerned about the prospect of gay people marrying each other that it rushed through a law redefining "marriage". It's a fact, as much as many would prefer otherwise, that the boy/girl thing doesn't cover everyone.

There are many other variants, biologically as well as by choice.

The last part is achieved by defining your "biological sex" as the gender stated on your birth certificate.

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