Is there any scientific proof there are more than two genders other than hermaphrodite?
- Anonymous6 months agoFavorite Answer
No scientific proof at all
Some dumb fkn people will try to argue that gender and sex are separate, but they arent
gender and sex are the same thing and can be used interchangeably
dont let the left's stupidity poison your mind
- 6 months ago
Scientfic proof: Literally every biologist and scientist who is actually studying this stuff have ALWAYS stated that gender and sex are two different things; but transphobic people who don't know basic biology/science always state otherwise because they think they know more than scientists/biologists. Since gender is different from sex and gender is a mental state and what someone identifies as, there could be inifinte genders. Sex is biological so there is only male, female, and intersex.
- LarsEighnerLv 76 months ago
Yes, Anthropologists have documented many cultures in which there are more than two genders.
- Anonymous6 months ago
Gender is the same thing as gender expression, it's how you act based on how society tells you to act based on your sex.
Basically, Gender was created by sexists and Transwomen are a sexist pigs. All the evidence point to sexist pigs being BORN sexist and hateful.
Look at the sexist pig try to defend that gender exists in the comments. Gender is a tool of sexists.
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- nineteenthlyLv 76 months ago
There are no genders. There is simply gene expression. Hermaphrodites are either non-existent or very rare in humans because of the way fertility works in the reproductive system, but there are plenty of intersex conditions. Natural science aims at corroboration rather than truth.
- CogitoLv 76 months ago
In nature, yes. Many animals have neuter individuals.
Others have the ability to change gender once or several times over their lifespan.
Some creatures are neither male nor female and can reproduce alone.
- tentofieldLv 76 months ago
There are two sexes, male and female, apart from a few people whose status is unclear. There are many genders describing the characteristics of sex and sexuality. "Sex" is a biological and scientific term. "Gender" is a linguistic term describing noun classes that has been borrowed by sociology. It is not a scientific term.
- Anonymous6 months ago
MRI scans of the human brain along w/
other primat species provs byond a doubt
that Gndr is I00% fluid & there's no fine lînėś.
- xxx000auLv 76 months ago
There are many various ways of reproducing.
The first and most basic is for a cell to divide.
Some species have a single sex, some have two sex and of them some can be either sex. So rely on other species to assist in their endeavor to reproduce. In some the female eats the male if she can.
PS, humans can not be hermaphrodite. That is where you can be either sex, in humans you are talking about intersex.
- 6 months ago
"Is there any scientific proof there are more than two genders other than hermaphrodite?"
"Hermaphrodite" is an obsolete and inaccurate term used to refer to intersex people. A hermaphroditic organism is one that has a complete set of both sex organs. Only animals such as snails and worms can be hermaphrodites. Humans are NOT born with both sets of sex organs, that is a common MYTH. There are people who are born some mixture of male and female tissues though and they are more correctly identified as "Intersex". There are dozens of intersex conditions. They range from not visible to ambiguous. For example a woman with AIS (androgen insensitivity syndrome) looks completely female. Her AIS may not be discovered until puberty when she fails to menstruate. The reason is she has no female organs (uterus and ovaries) is because she is chromosomally XY. However, her body is insensitive to the effects of testosterone (hence the name AIS) and the estrogen in her body makes her develop that way. It should be noted that everyone has both estrogen and testosterone in their bodies.
Another important thing to keep in mind is although their bodies may be intersex these people are NOT a third gender. The vast majority, like everyone else, have firm gender identities. Meaning they have a strong sense of themselves as males or females. AIS women for example strongly identify as female.
Next, when it comes to gender identity, it is not a matter of numbers because gender exists on a spectrum. That spectrum is best illustrated as a double Bell curve like the one below. Most people identify as one of the two peaks on the graph (male, female), but not everyone. The people who do not are people that are some flavor of gender non-conforming/non-binary.
The problem we have in modern society is people want everything to be black/white and gender and sex are neither. Gender and sex are much more complicated than people realize. This isn't to dissimilar to how people used to think there was only one sexual orientation. We now know there are at least four primary sexual orientations. For an introduction into the complexity involved with sex and gender I can recommend the following article: