Free iphone sex sex with hermaphrodite

Craig, My question concerns those in the intersexed community.

I myself am not this way, but I have read about those born with both male and female reproductive organs.

If the breeding female dies, her mate changes his sex to female and the next largest fish becomes a sexually mature male. (Don't think about that for too long, Disney fans.) Many flowers, on the other hand, are protogynous, meaning their female organs (the pistil) mature before their male organs (the stamen).

(My own view is that not all gender is socially constructed, thus at least some gender is determined by sex).

Either there is a fact of the matter as to which sex a person is, or there isn't.

Fortunately, there is good reason to think that a sex is determined genetically.

Hermaphrodites suffer, as you are aware, a birth defect of having at least both sex organs partially developed.

Especially in amphibians, environmental factors such as pollution and a warming environment can cause animals to spontaneously change their sex.

For example, a 2009 study found that Atrazine, a common herbicide, could make male frogs develop female sex organs.

Thank you, Daniel Yours is an intriguing question, Daniel, about which I unfortunately know nothing.

So I've asked one of our Reasonable Faith volunteers who has done some thinking in this area to address your question.

Some scientists pose a different question: why isn't hermaphroditism more common?

Tags: , ,