Author Topic: Is being trans an intersex condition?  (Read 649 times)

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Offline ryu238

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Is being trans an intersex condition?
« on: January 19, 2022, 07:45:12 pm »
Whenever I bring this up to show that sex and gender are bimodal, I get told:

"Your position is that biological sex is not determined by X-Y chromosome make up because in rare instances of genetic malfunction sex can be indeterminate regardless."

"Linking to studies of genetic anomalies as proof of intersex being a third sex or whatever your goal is isn't helping your case"

"Linking to studies of genetic anomalies as proof of intersex being a third sex or whatever your goal is isn't helping your case"

& when asking how these are disorders:
"Because of the negative side effects that come along with the genetic malfunction. It's not a miracle when someone is born who fits into your weird degenerate fantasies. It's a tragedy as evidenced by Fraser Syndrome life expectancy you sick twisted nonce sack of animal refuse."

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"Except the part where the condition leads to life expectancy being under a year?

Ghoul."

First off these guys only focuses on Fraiser syndrome and not anything else: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2658794/

Ignoring all the other intersex conditions: https://bmcmedethics.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12910-020-00550-x
https://attitude.co.uk/article/its-not-surgery-its-mutilation-why-its-time-to-ban-forced-medical-procedures-on-intersex-kids/23586/

Their response:
"List your other examples and we'll explore the negative side effects that result from a genetic malfunction for each individual condition if you like. We'll start with non-viable reproductive capacity for all reproductive organs. (the entire world wishes this was your problem)"

Ignoring the fact that many intersex people are upset over invasive surgeries which are found to be unnecessary:
https://www.dnainfo.com/chicago/20171026/loop/forced-into-genital-surgery-as-babies-intersex-adults-fight-back/
https://www.bbc.com/news/health-39979186

It also draws into question how what we call "biological sex" depends on certain factors going into a certain direction: https://static.scientificamerican.com/sciam/cache/file/164FE5CE-FBA6-493F-B9EA84B04830354E_source.jpg

And how transgender8sm can be considered to be intersex: https://www.hawaii.edu/PCSS/biblio/articles/2015to2019/2016-transsexualism.html