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Why isn’t transsexuals seen as intersex when we are born trans via womb via science?

2 Answers

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    The science is born that way, so in that sence it is absoultly an intersexed condition.  

    The scientific etiology of transgender is missing, while the classical definition of intersex is chromosomal based, 50 years ago there wasn't genetic testing so even then today's classical intersex definition didn't exit, the same will be so with transgender when they find the etiology, but that doesn't matter, because we know it's real we know it needs treatment and we have proven medical treatments starting with therapy, then social transition, to medical transition, depending on the individuals needs.

    Let the haters hate, there going to hate anyhow, it's who they are, hate is ugly and so are the haters.

  • Zirp
    Lv 5
    1 month ago

    because that's not how it is defined.

    Intersex are those whose biology  (= "plumbing") is somewhere between male and female.

    Transsexuals are those who have male or female plumbing but feel that it's the wrong kind, every day

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