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  Bekgq  |  3

48, no person can be a true hermaphrodite. You mean intersexed.

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  hinchkongfang  |  0

Big flaps are big... And I love a big clitirous!!!

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  hinchkongfang  |  0

Did anyone notice her name?? Box bulge?? Guess its not hair that got caught huh??

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  vegan_muffin  |  4

That's what I was thinking. Gross! Wear underwear when you try on pants please. For that matter, wear underwear when you try on ANY article of clothing, even underwear.

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  Bekgq  |  3

Why was my comment thumbed down? It's a fact that people can't be hermaphrodites. That happens in snails and slugs. No shame in knowing the truth and using the right terms.

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Humans CAN be hermaphrodites. It occurs when fraternal twins (one male and one female) merge at a very early developmental stage in what is called chimerism. It's very rare, but there are recorded humans who have both ovaries and testes.

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  Bekgq  |  3

Chimerism is another form of intersexuality. A hermaphrodite is fully male and fully female which occurs in some animals as stated earlier. Having mixed genitalia is not the same thing. The term "hermaphrodite" has been an outdated and obsolete term for humans.

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Hermaphrodite means male and female organs- overies and testes. Some chimeras do have both, which does make them a hermaphrodite. Ever hear the case of the man who was given a hystorectomy after going into the hospital for stomach pain which they discovered was being caused by a functional uterus and overies? Most chimeras are simply intersex (referring to ambiguous genitalua), but a handful are true hermaphrodites.

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  Bekgq  |  3

"Hermaphrodite means male and female organs- overies [sic] and testes." And there has not been a case of that in humans (with functioning ovaries and testes). If there has been a case then this phenomenon is extremely rare. The cases known are those of pseudohermaphroditism. Intersexed people may produce eggs, sperm or are sterile. Whereas a true hermaphrodite would be capable of both carrying and fathering a child (or autofertilize). Carrying genetic material of a fraternal twin that was absorbed (i.e., chimerism) is not the same as being a true hermaphrodite.

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Like I said its very rare but it does occur on occasion. Btw, asexual reproduction is something different and not required for hermaphrodism. When I had to research it there is maybe 50 or less cases in the entire world of human hermaphrodites, but it has happened. Btw functional sex organs are not needed- they just need to have overies and testes. We'd not say a man isn't really a man if his testes failed to work, or a woman who can't conceive not a woman. The most notable case occurred in India however. A man who appeared to be a normal man went to the er for abdominal pain. They diagnosed him with menstral cramps. He had a penis, testes, a uterus and rudimentary overies.

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  Bekgq  |  3

"When I had to research it there is maybe 50 or less cases in the entire world of human hermaphrodites, but it has happened." That's the point - it is extremely rare. The original poster I responded to was implying all intersexed people are hermaphrodites which obviously and statistically is not true. As I said before, to call them hermaphrodites - unless they are a part of this very rare percentage - is obsolete and the preferred term is intersex. It's about having respect for them, besides being terminologically correct.

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And I just wanted to clarify since you said humans can never be hermaphrodites that they can in certain forms of chimerism, and which is different from intersex individuals. :) far from the norm but it happens. Then there is the whole issue of chromosomal males who are immune to testosterone and develop as women, but that's different again. Sex and gender is far more complex then many realize! :)

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  Bekgq  |  3

"... you said humans can never be hermaphrodites" I correct that - they can be, it's just a very rare occurrence. As to those who are true hermaphrodites, I still find it politically correct to call them intersexed unless they don't mind the technical term. "Sex and gender is far more complex then many realize! :)" Yes. I, myself, identify as genderqueer (hence the gq in my name).

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  thatguy32692  |  4

76- you my good sir WIN!

By  tingway  |  4

time for a wax/shave.

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  dcg1375  |  7

Yeah I don't think shaving is the answer her. Maybe just wearing some underwear to start off with? Especially if you are trying on pants that you don't own. Now if OP was actually wearing underwear already then there's a much LARGER issue here.

By  palmergoesbig  |  0

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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If she didn't take care of herself then that's disgusting. Just because her vag doesn't look like a prepubescent girl's doesn't mean she's gross & doesn't take care of herself. You sir are an asshat. The worst kind of hat.

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  nickbucci1252  |  0

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  tweetbaby14  |  17

The person probably assumed, like most of us, that the OP was being a nasty ass and trying on things without wearing panties.... Making the whole disgusting comment completely reasonable in my eyes.

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