The definition of gender dysphoria is an emotional and psychological condition experienced when a person's gender identity differs from the sex they were assigned at birth.
An example of gender dysphoria is when a person feels like a man but has female genitals.
A persistent unease with having the physical characteristics of one's gender, accompanied by strong identification with the opposite gender and a desire to live as or to become a member of the opposite gender.
(plural gender dysphorias)
- A profound and persistent unhappiness related to one's physical sex.