In English, the word sex has two meanings. One is about something you are (gender, male/female etc.) and the other is something you do, which I find difficult to describe in few words, but I am certain you understand what I'm aiming for.
I have seen options. Some people say genro for gender. Is it acceptable only for gramatical genders or for people as well? Seksumi clearly means to have sex.
What makes me confused are words like seksa, seksalloga and samseksema. They don't make sense to me since I thought sekso was a tranlsation of gender, and hence had to do with identity, not sexuality.
Which out of the two meanings I mentioned in the beginning does seks- have?