To get to the point, what is the moral thing to do for a hermaphrodite? If they decide to engage in a relationship, how will they determine which sex to date? I am well aware of what the bible has to say about engaging in homosexual activity, but would it be considered moral for someone who has both reproductive organs to choose which gender to date?
Does a hermaphrodite know their true sexual identity? I hope you can provide a Christian perspective on this matter because this question has troubled me for quite some time.
I don't have an official diagnosis, and often with intersex condition, that's the case.The best I could get is gonadal dysgenesis, which is a fancy way of saying that my gonads (would-be ovaries or testes in the womb) never developed into anything.Woman B: I have a congenital Disorder/Difference of Sex Development (DSD) called pure gonadal dysgenesi, or Swyer Syndrome.I'm an intersex woman without fully functioning gonads, or sex glands.God doesn’t create a person with the genitals of a male and the consciousness and heart of a female. Maleness and femaleness are God’s choice, determined at conception.
In Genesis , the Bible says, “And God created man in His image, in His likeness; male and female He created them . But growing into one’s masculinity or femininity and it can be thwarted by very early events that prevent children from having a clear sense of their gender.
Michael Phelps, 29, has been through quite a bit in the past month, he was arrested for a DUI, he went to rehab and now it has surfaced that he was allegedly dating a woman, Taylor Lianne Chandler, who claims she never told him that she was born with both male and female genitalia, and lived as David Roy Fitch until her early twenties.
Michael is currently in rehab, he entered in early October after he was arrested for his second DUI in September.
Please try to clear these issues up with sound doctrine.
There are really two issues here: 1) transgendered people and 2) the intersexed (new term) or hermaphrodites (older term).
Gender identity is a developmental issue, and it starts at birth.