Saturday, November 20, 2010 4:02:46 AM
What I can't believe is they fell for it - in bars and clubs of all places, where it`s the oldest line in the book. I have a suspicion they went along with it quite happily until they found out more about her.
Friday, November 19, 2010 3:23:05 PM
no it's a dude made to look like a girl. he does not have an X chromosome at birth he`s a dude.
Every human has an X chromosome. There are essential genes on it.
So...you`re defining sex by your partial understanding of genetics.
First question: Why do you do so?
Second question: Some women have an XY sex chromosome pair. It occurs naturally sometimes. They`re born female, they grow up female, they mature female, they show female on medical exams, they are female. But they have XY sex chromosomes. Do you think these women are men?
Relevant to both questions: genotype is not phenotype.
Your genes are not you. They are a plan. Construction does not always go according to plan. It is possible that you have XX sex genes, which would make you female by your definition. You can`t be sure unless you`ve had your DNA examined.