"You are a woman, not a man."
Translation:Tu ești o femeie, nu un bărbat.
Actually is a matter of typography not grammar. S with comma below or with cedilla, as well as T with comma below or cedilla mean the same thing (Ș = Ş , Ț = Ţ). As far as I know, the standard romanian keyboard for Windows 7 and 10 uses the "comma below" variant, older versions use what have been labeled "romanian legacy" (with cedilla and a different layout). (I would not enter in a heated argument about "comma below" versus cedilla, use "comma below" whenever you can but remember that cedilla is not "wrong").