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    The Role of Hermaphrodites in Society In Ruth Gilbert’s At the Border’s of the Human, she discusses society’s interest in hermaphrodites in terms of “people’s desire to examine, scrutinize, and display objects which are alien, strange and other” (6). The anomalous and bizarre spectacle of the hermaphroditic body has drawn the focus of scientists since the early sixteenth century. Hermaphrodites have long evoked a “mixture of disgust and desire, and fear and fascination”(Gilbert 150) that has

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    Hermaphrodites, or what we call in the modern times: intersexuals, are misunderstood throughout the entire world. Often times when we hear the word intersexuals or hermaphrodites we automatically have a negative connotation towards them. However, what most people do not realize is that hermaphroditism is in fact very common for quite a long period of time. Records were dated back to even the time when Plato was alive. However, the idea, or the actual concept of a third gender has only become less

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    Hermaphrodites

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    Hermaphrodites Since the beginning of time, humans have been lumped into two different groups: male and female. There was no in between. Hermaphrodites broke this model with their status as "he/she's." Was there something in between male and female? Gender is now thought of a combination of a host of different qualities that work together. Hermaphrodites are a genetic anomaly, but these individuals have a gender. It may not fit the classic mold of male or female, but they have a gender nonetheless

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    Male and female are simply not enough. Anne Fausto-Sterling makes this crystal clear in her work, "The Five Sexes". Her essay goes into detail about the history of hermaphrodites. People tend to shun anyone or any idea that is unusual. From birth, humans are programmed to think of certain things as normal, and to think of other things as weird. Sterling 's essay is very strong in medical information about intersexual people and it has different examples about living an intersexual lifestyle. On

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    Aphra Behn's Poem "To the Fair Clarinda" In her poem “To the fair Clarinda,” Aphra Behn writes of a companionship between the speaker and Clarinda. This paper will attempt to prove that Clarinda is a hermaphrodite instead of a woman as is popularly believed, thus completely changing the meaning of the poem. In the first few lines, the speaker decides to call Clarinda “Lovely Charming Youth” (4) instead of “Fair lovely Maid” (1). The speaker says that the name will “lessen my constraint”

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    The Trouble With Ambiguous Genitalia

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    bit their lips, scratched their heads. "How about hermaphrodites?" someone chimed in. I lit up. Sure, I thought. Hermaphrodites. That will be interesting. And then: Wait. What's a hermaphrodite again? In beginning my research, more so at that point to figure out for myself what a hermaphrodite actually was than to begin researching my paper, I had a hard time turning anything up. I talked aloud to myself, to my computer, and to the hermaphrodites of the world. Where are you guys? I wondered.

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    produce spores at temperature of 28oC and conditions of high humidity. The spores that germinate first are hermaphrodites. Hermaphrodites tend to produce a pheromone called antheridiogen. It is this pheromone that causes later germinating spores to become male. In wild type culture of C-ferns, it is expected that there will be a high concentration of antheridiogen since the hermaphrodites are producing antheridiogen. The greater the population density of C-ferns, the higher the concentration of

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    A Space for Intersexuality

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    A Space for Intersexuality In the video Hermaphrodites Speak, many of the individuals present stated that they felt something was missing and wished to convey to others that the surgery is unnecessary and a violation of their bodies, that something is now missing from their lives. In my paper, I will be looking at the circumstances and policies surrounding the birth reassignment surgery to which they are referring. In addition, I want to examine how this relates to our need for categories, specifically

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    reflection

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    they don’t “fit” in the ones that are already place. The article analyses the concept of intersexual body or in a more standard and common way intersex. In here are describe the 3 other different categories of sex. First category is for the true hermaphrodites; this are the ones tha...

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    Reproduction is integral to the longevity and evolution of all species, hence the urgency of sexual reproduction. According to Olivia Judson in Dr. Tatiana's Sex Advice to All Creation promiscuity amongst females is rampant—not only because sex is pleasurable—but for survival. "Boys are promiscuous and girls are chaste, right? Wrong. The battle of the sexes erupts because, in most species, girls are wanton." (Judson, 2002, p. 9). In fact, female promiscuity determines the evolution of males because

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