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While most forms of hermaphroditism are apparent at birth, even that is not always the case.
For example, babies with testicular feminization are XY but appear to be normal females from birth.
Hermaphroditism includes true hermaphroditism and pseudohermaphroditism. Normal human females are genetically XX and have ovaries.
Normal human males are genetically XY and have testes.
While training as an obstetrician-gynecologist, I also began asking these same questions.
God chose to use the same design for both male and female humans in the earliest stages of embryonic development.
Nevertheless, even with such a modern advantage, the sex assignment of a child with hermaphroditism will oftentimes depend upon which gender assignment will make the child most functional. Some cases of pseudohermaphroditism, such as congenital adrenal hyperplasia, involve a hormonal abnormality that causes exaggerated development of tissue from the wrong gender group (that is, the tissues which do not match the genetic gender) In fact, CAH is the most frequent cause of ambiguous genitalia in newborns.
These XX (genetically female) babies are partially masculinized at birth to varying degrees, although their internal organs are completely female.
If the individual disagrees with "its" parents choice would it be morally acceptable to switch once they become old enough to choose for themselves? I’m not trying to be ridiculous—I just would like to have a good answer.—R.
Dear R., I do not think that your questions are ridiculous.