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I guess just dont care
@Honesttguy well that's honest at least
Different chromosomes actually
@jahaims Yes but no. If we are talking about different chromosomes then you have to accept that there are more than two.We have the normal XY and XX for "male" and "female" but what about Y and X on their own? What about XXY, XXX and XYY? XXXX, XXXY XXYY etc..As such you can't use it as a proof of gender because it can't accurately explain what is going on and that is putting aside all the other crazy things that happens with or because of chromosomes such as Chimerism.Point is, Biology is not as simple as you gave it credit for. What a surprize, its almost like notoriously complicated scientific topics has increasing levels of complexity in it depending on how close you want to get to the "truth".
99 % of humans have xx or xy
@jahaims But some dont and more importantly, it was just an example aimed specifically at your silly worldview to demonstrate that you are factually wrong without you requiring to have higher education and understand just how complicated gender is in biology and how it goes beyond biology itself and enters psychology as well.Basically its a surefire way to demolish any argument you are going to make in regards to the usage of human chromosomes in factually determining human genders.
Well that didn't work out for you did it?
@jahaims Why not? You can't argue that using a DNA test to confirm the chromosomes would definitely prove their genders because there are very clear exceptions. Furthermore its not like you have proved that an XX or XY means they are indeed a female or a male, you are just making that assumption as if its common sense. (By the way common sense is neither common nor necessarily accurate)