According to the celeb news site Bossip, the "Poker Face" songstress once admitted she's a hermaphrodite, though no evidence of this is provided. who would have guessed she walks around with that thing? The photo below, taken from a video filmed at the Glastonbury festival in the UK, shows something between Lady Gaga’s legs you would not expect. “I have both male and female genitalia, but I consider myself female.
Most often, but not always, the chromosome complement is 46, XX, and in every such individual there also exists evidence of Y chromosomal material on one of the autosomes (any of the 22 pairs of chromosomes other than the chromosomes).
Individuals with a 46, XX chromosome complement usually have ambiguous external genitalia with a sizable phallus and are therefore often reared as males. Historically, if diagnosed at birth, the choice of sex was made (typically by parents) based on the condition of the external genitalia (i.e., which sex organs predominate), after which so-called intersex surgery was performed to remove the gonads of the opposite sex.
It’s just a little bit of a penis and doesn’t interfere much with my life." “The reason I haven’t talked about it is that it’s not a big deal to me. It’s not like we all go around talking about our vags." "I think this is a great opportunity to make other multiple gendered people feel more comfortable with their bodies.
I’m sexy, I’m hot." "I have both a poon and a peener.
an individual whose body contains tissue of both male and female gonads.
The ovaries and testes may be present as separate organs, or ovarian and testicular tissue may be combined in the same organ (ovotestis).
Many lower animals, especially immobile species, are hermaphroditic; in some, such as earthworms, two animals copulate and fertilize each other.
Some parasitic species, e.g., the tapeworm, are self-fertile as well as hermaphroditic, insuring reproduction where the parasite may be the only member of its species in the host.
The mythological term “hermaphrodite” implies that a person is both fully male and fully female. The words “hermaphrodite” and “pseudo-hermaphrodite” are stigmatizing and misleading words.
Unfortunately, some medical personnel still use them to refer to people with certain intersex conditions, because they still subscribe to an outdated nomenclature that uses gonadal anatomy as the basis of sex classification.
Check out the vantage point you get around the mark ... Okay, that probably doesn't settle much of anything.