Man - Woman

Man - Woman, Male - Female

BBC Tells Schoolchildren There Are ‘over 100’ Genders

Do you have a penis, prostate, and testicles? If so, biologically you are a man. Do have a vulva, vagina, uterus and ovaries? Then you are biologically a woman. Well, it isn't quite that simple. In very rare instances, there is a hermophrodite, an individual with both sexual parts. An example is an earth worm. Biologically, physiologically, and genetically you are either male or female. No matter what your beliefs are concerning man's evolution from pond scum or from apes, reproduction takes an egg and sperm for fertilzation to create an organism. Thus, the male for sperm and the female for the egg. This simple principal spans the entire animal kingdom and to some extent even to plants. Whatever theory science has on evolution, there still has to be a starting point, male and female.

The basic characteristics of the human body that are shared between the male and female are identical except for the external reproductive parts and the enlarged breasts of the female. Granted there are subtle differences between the various features but you will notice that both sexes share the same physical traits, eyes, nose mouth, arms, hands, fingers, torso, legs, feet. Internally, likewise, the male and female have the same organs. The difference is in the reproductive organs and the plumbing in the urinary tract.

Here is an interesting observation. Why is it that the reproductive system shares the excretory system? How is it natural to insert the penis into the rectum of another individual?

The fundemental, basic reason for male/female is reproduction. To maintain the existence of the specie.

Reproduction (or procreation or breeding) is the biological process by which new individual organisms – "offspring" – are produced from their "parents". Reproduction is a fundamental feature of all known life; each individual organism exists as the result of reproduction.

Sex is to pass along one’s genes, to sustain the specie.

Genes, hormones, and emotions affect the thinking of a person's sexuality. This is why an individual can have the sex organs of a male, yet identifies as a female.

When it comes to homosexuality, for many people the recurring idea is that it’s something unnatural. But what does unnatural really mean? The definition of the term is something that goes against natural or human laws, especially in relation to morality.

Why this lesson in anatomical and physical comparison between the sexes? These differences between a male and female is not all that different. The major difference is in the brain. Although both male and female have a brain. It is wired differently between the sexes.


Mike Holeman |