It appears as if Loree Thomas <firstname.lastname@example.org> asked:
|I'm not sure I understand your point... are you saying
|that if you completely supress testosterone
|production, the end product wouldn't be a feminine
|male, but a female?
Point: The chemical testosterone generates certain bodily
changes, while oesterogene generates certain other
changes. But bodily changes do not disappear with
the chemicals unless surgically removed.
A body which generates testosterone and which receives
oesterogene from an external source, will show both male
and female details. A body without either will show neither.
This assumes a body has been generated with a combination
of X and Y chromosomes, thus creating a base system which
later testosterone and oesterogene will change as described
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