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Old 01-15-2014, 12:56 AM   #42
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Originally Posted by sureshs View Post
And unisex means the same for both genders so it should really be bisex shouldn't it?

Where do transgendered individual figure in all of this?
"Uni" prefix in unisex means shared or suitable--shared or suitable for both sexes. Example: unisex t-shirt.

"Bi" in bisexual means two--sexual attraction to two sexes.

"Trans" in transgender I suppose could mean transition, transform or transverse.
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