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Hey there!! I'm SunXia, an editor here and member of the Policy & Standards Committee!! I can see you are new here so I thought I'd give you some pointers and advice on how things are done here!! While technically yes Wikis can be edited by anyone, sometimes, due to the many speculations fans create, the articles can become cluttered and unfocused from the actual true and factual content!! Thus, due to these problems of spam, we created our polices, including our Speculation Policy to stop such information that hasn't been stated as true in the series or by the author from going into the articles, to ensure they remain as accurate as possible and of the highest quality!! While yes, you may feel the meaning of Szayel's Resurrecion to mean "To fornicate" here we must always go by what is translated, by our proven translators, in regards to powers and abilities, unless something is released by the author to state otherwise!! I hope this helps you to understand our ways here!! Kind Regards!!
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Hi, just to let you know that your post about BG9 on the Stern Ritter Members article talk page has been moved to the forum. This is because article talk pages are reserved for the discussion of issues with the article's content and its upkeep only. Regards, ~~Ууp <talk> 10:45, June 27, 2013 (UTC)
No, I'm afraid that's not how it works, but if you're willing to learn, I'll teach you. Gender is not tied to the physical sex at all. A person can be whatever gender they want. If it makes it easier to think about, think of gender as mental and sex as physical. So a person with a penis can still be a woman, because she identifies as a woman (like Giselle). When a person is born with a penis and identifies as a woman, she is called a transgender woman; when a person is born with ovaries and identifies as a woman, she is a cisgender woman (trans and cis are also terms used in chemistry, cis means "same side" while trans means "opposite side"). So regardless of what physical sex Giselle turns out to have, she is still a woman.
The word hermaphrodite is rather outdated, these days it's only used with true hermaphrodites (animals able to reproduce as both male and female) like slugs and sea sponges. Human beings who are born with both male and female genitalia are called intersex. I would be very careful of calling a person a hermaphrodite, especially when most evidence shows that the person is transgender. It can be rather offensive. Fetuscakes (talk) 17:41, July 18, 2014 (UTC)