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'Of course hermaphroditism is not common in animals but this doubling up of the sexes happens more frequently in pigs than in other animal species,' he explained adding that Victory's case was pseudo-hermaphroditism as not all the organs had been fully formed.'At the moment the testicles are so big they are getting in the way of it walking properly.
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The principle of the sexual generation of the world is not of Greek origin: its phallic character pointing to India as its birthplace. The Greek Hermaphroditus —represented by statues and on old gems, in which representations, however, bisexuality is scarcely indicated—has remained strange to the East and totally unknown to the Jews. I can understand that hermaphrodites are a result of sin.But if homosexuality is wrong then what moral basis does a hermaphrodite or "its" parents have for selecting a gender.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.