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    most part, because hermaphrodites presented such a significant problem, they were abhorred in society, and in many cases, executed at birth. More so, such executions were not limited to infants, but adults were at risk as well (Adroutsos). Ultimately, throughout all phases of Roman antiquity, the notion of a third sex, such as hermaphrodites, defied…

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    that are confused on their identity see this and think something is wrong with them if they don’t match the norm portrayed by television, movies, and music. It can also hurt those who are androgynous. What is Androgyny? Androgyny is a term from two Greek words, the two being male and female. There are things deemed by our society to be a “Man’s Job” or “Woman’s Work”. However some men cry, some do care about the emotional impact their words will have on others. Also some females are more…

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    write…I have had to invent conventions—s/he and his/her—to denote someone who is clearly neither male nor female or is perhaps both sexes at once” (Sterling 20). She starts off by talking about intersex and how that alone classifies a whole nother gender type. She talks about how the standard use of the term intersex applies to having a saturation of both male and female characteristics. Sterling talks about how sex is an ample continuance and that although there are three major subgroups she…

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    currently described {Ashman:2014if}. Variation in flowers includes polymorphism in shape, display and sexuality. Gender polymorphism have been widely recognized mostly for agricultural purposes {Webb:1999jd}. {Darwin:1877fw} incorporated the previous division of flowers (hermaphrodite, monoecious, dioecious, and polygamous) used from Linneaeus in his Species Plantarum {Linnaeus:1753vk}, The gender polymorphism have been widely recognized mostly for agricultural purposes {Webb:1999jd}. Darwin…

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    Hermaphroditism Disorder

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    Hermaphroditism is a very rare genetic disorder its where a baby is born having both male and female internal sex organs. This doesn’t mean that they possess all the sex organs completely. In many cases they might also have ambiguous genitalia where they can’t tell the difference between a penis or a clitoris. Hermaphroditism is also known as intersex; Disorders of sex development; DSDs; Pseudohermaphroditism; Hermaphrodite. Intersex is a better word to use because some people might take…

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    What many people realize and don’t understand is that being born with an Intersex condition is not easy as everyone thinks or sounds. People paint a picture of what an intersex person looks like and what their genitals looks like in their mind. Even people in the LGBT community often times paints a rosy picture of what life is like for an Intersex person. The reality is, that it’s not easy being an intersex person and it sure ain’t easy having to deal with your Intersex condition. Many people…

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    Female Education Jon Spayde, said, “What sort of society do we want? What is the nature of humankind? How do we learn best? And – most challenging of all – what is the Good?” author of the article, Learning In The Key of Life. Females and males learn very differently from each other and both of their educations can suffer because of the education being taught these days. A single gender environment is essential for the proper education of females. Females won’t be productive learners and will…

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    Many cultures are quite different, but when it comes to people having children, male or female, all cultures have the same opinion on having male children. Since birth, children are assigned a male or female status and it is common for people to obey social rules on their biological sex. It has been said that males are more dominant and independent and that’s why males are preferred more than females. This type of socialization cannot be changed in societies because it has already been stuck and…

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    Ignored and Unheard Education plays a major role in the way that each individual 's life unfolds. Several factors affect the type and quality of education that one gets. It is a choice for every soul as to whether not they get an excellent education. One major situation that affects the way people learn is having the opposite sex in the same learning environment. Males overspeak females and feel it necessary to overpower the females, causing a constant fight to see who can outsmart the other.…

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    I have to say the hardest struggle for a hermaphrodite would be the confusion of not knowing what they are, male or female. I also think as they would get older it would be really hard to have to explain to people what they are going through, especially when it comes to being in a intimate relationship. Sadly not everyone is understanding, which results with a lot of judgment making that person feel even more insecure about themselves. I think going through high school as a hermaphrodite…

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