Appologies if this is a silly question (and if this is the wrong place to post), I'm fairly new to GC spaces; what's up with the order of the definition used here, Adult Human Female? (as opposed to adult female human I suppose)
Before coming here I'd always interpreted the use of "female" as a noun as dehumanising and kind of a misogyny red flag, like that's how incels and Ferengi (from star trek) refer to us, and it's usually reserved for talking about animals.
Female as an adjective though, and human as a noun would be more grammatically correct (sorry, I'm a snob), plus personally I'm not so comfortable with the suggestion that being female is more intrinsic to us than being human. That sort of severe othering where we're female first and foremost with our humanity getting only a passing consideration seems like the root of so much misogyny.
I'm curious to hear how this definition came about, and how others feel about it.