Ok, before I answer this question, this is a clarion call to inspire all to know the difference between "your" and "you're." One is a possessive pronoun and the other is a contraction for "you are."
The nature of the question itself defies belief. These are the sorts of questions that illuminate and reveal the way in which people inquire about such matters in the first place.
I'll use a ridiculous example. "If you're male, does that mean you are part female?" Sure! Men and women share very similar organ systems. Both have arms, legs, eyes, skin, bones and have very bizarre ideas running through their heads.
But, is it possible there is a more insidious intent behind such questions? I certainly think it is possible. It is not unheard of through the course of history for those claiming to have absolute authority over such matters to raise such questions in the attempt to cause a rift between groups of people who share similar belief structures.
While I do not believe (ha ha) this question had any ill intent, I would suggest taking the time to refine questions of this nature in such a manner that does not invite invectives, derision and unadulterated lunacy.