[ fˈiːme͡ɪl t͡ʃˈa͡ɪld], [ fˈiːmeɪl tʃˈaɪld], [ f_ˈiː_m_eɪ_l tʃ_ˈaɪ_l_d]
How to use "Female child" in context?
When a young woman is pregnant, her body is going through a drastic transformation. Her breasts may become larger, her stomach may protrude, and her skin may become thicker. All of these changes are due to the hormones that are secreted by the baby and the mother.
One of the most controversial changes that a female child undergoes is her reproductive development. While boys are born with testes and sperm, girls are born with ovaries and eggs. This change can lead to some parents choosing to have their daughters undergo gender reassignment surgery in order to give them the male reproductive organs.
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