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Gender identification. Although we usually associate sex development with puberty and adolescence
- 8 years old or over:
- Many kiddies continues to recognize making use of their sex assigned at birth.
- Pre-teens and teens continue steadily to develop their sex identification through personal expression along with input from their social environment, like peers, friends and family.
- Some gender-stereotyped behaviours may appear. You could notice your child or pre-teen making efforts to “play up” or “play straight straight down” a number of their body’s physical changes.