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Old 22nd November 2021, 09:49 PM   #3
Дэлво Δελϝο דֶלְבֹֿ देल्वो
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That depends on what you call "really ambiguous". It's easy to call somebody with Turner Syndrome a "girl" because that person looks female on the outside, but the lack of a vagina or uterus or developed ovaries on the inside makes such a person "really ambiguous" in my book, and the word "girl" not really accurate (at least not biologically even if it's usable enough socially). If these conditions weren't "really ambiguous", they wouldn't be "intersex" conditions.
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