Difference between revisions of "Gender designation in different cultures"

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→‎Dominican Republic: Trying to add the reference. Sorry again. Here it is, fully and french : Lise Loumé, Sciences & Avenir, 23.09.2015
(→‎Dominican Republic: Adding some stuff found on "Sciences & Avenir", a french science publication. Sorry for the approx english and thanks for your work <3)
(→‎Dominican Republic: Trying to add the reference. Sorry again. Here it is, fully and french : Lise Loumé, Sciences & Avenir, 23.09.2015)
5-alpha-reductase deficiency is a rare genetic condition that makes all children appear genetically female until puberty. This disorder is common "[i]n an isolated village in the Dominican Republic."<ref name=":0" /> Because of this condition, gender cannot be assigned until puberty.
 
In Simbari, a village in Papua New Guinea, girls who grow up to be men are called ''kwolu-aatmwal'', "or 'female thing that transformed into a male thing.'"<ref name=":0" /> But if in Salinas, the Dominicain village, a party is thrown to feast this event in the child's life, in Simbary, on the contrary, the child is rejected by his folks[2].
 
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