Did you mean "female" as in anatomically female? Or are you using the words "female" and "woman" as synonyms?
"Female" refers to birth sex, (which isn't really dimorphic since the Intersex Society of North America reports over 80 different variations), while "woman" refers to the gender of those typically anatomically female.
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