Boy / Girl

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    Jul 13, 2014 2:32 PM GMT
    If a person is born and is.dreamed a male but has a vagina will they suffer all the events of a normal females.
    Will they suffer the periods once a month.
    Can they have children like a regular female.
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    Jul 13, 2014 3:39 PM GMT
    Yeah cuz biologically they are still female.
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    Jul 13, 2014 3:57 PM GMT
    These binary terms "male/female" are artificial, socially constructed, and incorrect terms in regards to the biological diversity that exist in the real world out there.
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    Jul 13, 2014 3:58 PM GMT
    Ratboy saidIf a person is born and is.dreamed a male but has a vagina will they suffer all the events of a normal females.
    Will they suffer the periods once a month.
    Can they have children like a regular female.

    What? OK, this statement/comment/question makes no sense. Proof read, edit and re-write it so we can understand what you're trying to say!

    Edit: OK, I think I'm reading it correctly now that I've read it 7 times....
    If a person is born. Then dreams of being a male, but still has a vagina, will they suffer all the events of a normal female?
    I agree that unless there are surgical changes made, a person will biologically function as whatever sex they were originally born.

    Seems a bit of a strange question coming from a supposedly 49 year old man however.

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    Jul 13, 2014 4:26 PM GMT
    eb925guy said
    Ratboy saidIf a person is born and is.dreamed a male but has a vagina will they suffer all the events of a normal females.
    Will they suffer the periods once a month.
    Can they have children like a regular female.

    What? OK, this statement/comment/question makes no sense. Proof read, edit and re-write it so we can understand what you're trying to say!

    Edit: OK, I think I'm reading it correctly now that I've read it 7 times....
    If a person is born. Then dreams of being a male, but still has a vagina, will they suffer all the events of a normal female?
    I agree that unless there are surgical changes made, a person will biologically function as whatever sex they were originally born.

    Seems a bit of a strange question coming from a supposedly 49 year old man however.



    I think he meant:
    If a person is born and is deemed a male but has a vagina, will he suffer all the events or a normal female? Will he suffer the periods once a month? Can he have children like a regular female?

    But if someone is born with a vagina, how can she be deemed a male? icon_confused.gif
  • MikeW

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    Jul 14, 2014 3:13 AM GMT
    Boy.
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    Jul 14, 2014 3:19 AM GMT
    I think the answer is "it depends". Just because someone has a vagina, they may not have the interior plumbing to go with it. Intersex people have a whole gamut of possible things going on. It used to be that the doctors/family would make a decision and perform surgery on the infant and then consider the matter closed, but later the person would often identify as the other gender, so now surgery in ambiguous genitalia cases is often delayed until the person can have a say in their own fate.

    To the OP, in your scenario what would be the basis of calling this person male?
  • MikeW

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    Jul 14, 2014 3:20 AM GMT
    "It depends," is an excellent answer.