A general name for all physical attributes that differentiat the genders, but do not define the gender biologically.

Practically all secondary genderic signs appear during adolescence (unlike primary genderic signs).

The most prominent secondary genderic signs are:

for males- body and facial hair, lower voice, height, sharper features, squarish muscles on the abdomen and chest etc.

for females- breasts, higher voice, rounder features, a growth in pelvic bones etc.

Secondary genderic signs are the main method of the body to attract other people.