Holding All and None
Much of the words we use to refer to a person are not going to be prescriptive and absolute, they're descriptive and technically relative in terms of usage. Man and woman would be the common ones and there may be others, but male and female are arguably more relegated to clinical and medical contexts, similar to intersex, though that can get more contentious and is important in terms of understanding someone and their identityBut I am not asking to know what anyone's parts are. I agree it is not my business to know. I never said it was.
This has nothing to do with my question.