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Femininebimale
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I know this is a little on the contrary of the subject I just posted, but oh well. I have a friend who is kind of pretty, and we went shopping the other day. I put on some guy clothes, and she said I looked nice. Then I put on some girl clothes, and she practically went crazy! She had me walk feminine, talk feminine, do twirls, and she had me flash my private parts at her, she also felt my chest. at her. This didn't make me feel uncomfortable, but I was shocked. I knew she was bisexual, and prefered guys, but wow. Maybe a feminine guy is perfect for her. I have a natural hourglass shape(so much to the point where she asked if I was born a hermaphodite). I would like to start dating her(I plan on dumping my current girlfriend tommorow), any advice?

p.s. sorry if that was too graphic, I am still kind of shocked. I am also not dumping my current girlfriend to dat her, things aren't working out. I know she'll take it just fine.

[ 09-18-2006, 08:23 PM: Message edited by: Femininebimale ]

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Heather
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I'm not altogether sure what you're asking for advice on.

If it's about dating this girl, given how little we know about you and her and your current girlfriend, the best we could say is that it's generally a Bad Idea to start dating someone new RIGHT on the heels of a fresh breakup. Better to take some time for yourself off from dating and relationships between them.

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Heather
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P.S. For the most part, "hermaphrodite" is an outdated term that was based in bias and a lot of ignorance -- such as presuming intersexed people were born with two sets of genitals. So, just for your own and her vocabulary, for future reference, one'd presume she meant intersexed: those who are born with a different chromosomal configuration than XX or XY, and who generally are sexed male or female, and usually personally identify as one or the other, but who biologically do not fit into the binary ideas/categories of sex.

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pockyqueen
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Wait, I'm confused, Miz Scarlet. I was just listening to the radio earlier this year and I remember hearing a story about someone who had been born with both sets of genitals. The parents "decided" to make him a boy, but then when he was about thirteen he had his first period and his mother had to explain everything to him ^^; So I was led to believe that there ARE people born possessing the genitals of both sexes... is there a more pc term than "hermaphrodite" for them, or...?

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Heather
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It likely what was misreported.

What more commonly happens (though it is still rare) os for someone to be born with what are generally termed "ambiguous" genitalia. In other words, genitals which are not clearly penis or vagina.

Understand that the way development of either happens starts from the same stuff, which for the first few weeks, is identical, then developes into penis or vagina, most of the time. The raw materials to create "two sets" just really aren't there.

(Chances are good with this story you head that that infant was born with a clitoris/labia of such a size/shape that he was termed ambiguous. Sadly, this happens still too often, where variation just isn't recognized. Obviously, a menstrual period means functioning ovaries, so it's likely this boy was an XX chromosomally who just had external genitals which the doctor on hand decided didn't fit his or her idea of what was normal.)

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Ikeren
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quote:
For the most part, "hermaphrodite" is an outdated term that was based in bias and a lot of ignorance
Does this include the use of "hermaphrodite" as a biological term, or merely when referring to humanity?

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Heather
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You mean in terms self-fertilizing plants and animal life like invertebrates?

If so, no, it doesn't. Those are correct applications of the term.

(And boy, oh boy, sometimes some strange segueways happen around here: from crossdressing to flatworms in five easy steps!)

FYI, pockyqueen, the Wiki on sexual differentiation is really quite good, and should explain more to you of what I was saying. Just scroll down to the portion on extrenal genitalia.

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