Question: For a woman, can another woman be a non-mahram?
I recognize there are people who are agender or have a non-binary gender, so presumably there are "non-mahram non-men", but I'm wondering if the term "non-mahram", when used by a woman, automatically excludes other women.
The Wikipedia page writes:
A mahram is an unmarriageable kin with whom marriage/sexual intercourse would be considered haram (illegal in Islam).
This seems to imply a woman is mahram to another woman. However, this also implies that underage boys are mahram, which contradicts a later sentence on the Wikipedia page: "Except for the spouse, being mahram is a permanent condition." This makes me Wikipedia's definition is not entirely accurate.