Possibly someone with mixed gender characteristics but would be recognized on the street as positively a Man or a woman. The other day I saw a young lady in a local supermarket- she looked feminine ( was a blonde apparently in her middle twenties)- but was flat on the bustline- as flat as an aircraft carrier deck. it is sad. Some do not even have nipples.
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Pseudo means fake ;) Pseudonym is a fake name... Pseudohermaphrodite is a girl/boy who has the parts of the other gender but they don't work. Like really small boobs and an extra leg ;) Figure it out for yourself~ Pseudo means fake ;) Pseudonym is a fake name... Pseudohermaphrodite is a girl/boy who has the parts of the other gender but they don't work. Like really small boobs and an extra leg ;) Figure it out for yourself~
"Female" cows are actually cows or mature female bovines. "Male cows" are actually bulls or steers, thus being intact male bovines or castrated male bovines, respectively. The difference between the two sexes is obvious: A cow has an udder between her two hind legs were as a bull has testicles between his two hind legs. Cows appear more feminine than bulls, and often have a calf at side, particularly if these are beef cows we are referring to. Bulls are more masculine, with a muscular crest on their necks and well muscled bodies and a broad, bullish head. Bulls also have what is called a sheath on their bellies where their penis emerges to service cows and where they urinate from. Cows (and heifers, immature female bovines) urinate out their back ends, and do not have this protrusion like bulls do. They do, however have navels which hang down on some breeds, but are sucked in as they get older in others. Brahman-type cows have this navel throughout their lives, as well as some Holstein cows. Cows and heifers also have a clitoral slit below their anuses that is obvious if you are standing behind them.It is much easier to distinguish bulls from cows than it is with steers from heifers. Steers, once banded at a young age, show similar femininity as the heifers do, and from a distance a group of steers and heifers can look the same. However, upon closer inspection, they are different. Steers have the same sheath as bulls do, only much less defined, and only visible by a "lock" of hair hanging down in the middle of their bellies. Steers also urinate out their bellies like bulls do. Heifers, like mentioned above, have a clitoral slit below their anuses where they urinate, conceive, and give birth from.