An intersex person is born with sexual anatomy, reproductive organs, and/or chromosome patterns that do not fit the typical definition of male or female. This may be apparent at birth or become so later in life. An intersex person may identify as male or female or as neither. Intersex status is not about sexual orientation or gender identity: intersex people experience the same range of sexual orientations and gender identities as non-intersex people.
CAFAB/CAMAB are mostly the terms to refer to the assigned birth sex for intersex people. They stand for Coercively Assigned Female At Birth/Coercively Assigned Male At Birth respectively.