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Please help to ensure that disputed statements are reliably sourced. Trigender is a nonbinary identity in which one shifts among three genders, which could include male, female, and a nonbinary gender. A trigender person may shift from one gender to another depending on the individual’s mood or situation. Trigender identities do not equate to dissociative identity disorder, which is a mental disorder where a person has two or more personality states, amnesia, and clinically significant distress or impairment. Gender is somewhat difficult to measure, leading to the common belief that sex and gender are the same. For the most part, trigender people find their accommodations and needs the same as bigender people.EnableInternalCSP_request