I can understand that hermaphrodites are a result of sin.
But if homosexuality is wrong then what moral basis does a hermaphrodite or "its" parents have for selecting a gender.
In these groups, hermaphroditism is a normal condition, enabling a form of sexual reproduction in which either partner can act as the "female" or "male".
For example, the great majority of tunicates, pulmonate snails, opisthobranch snails and slugs are hermaphrodites.
In humans, conditions that involve discrepancies between external genitalia and internal reproductive organs are described by the term (where one individual possesses both the male XY and female XX chromosome pairs).
Now, specialists can perform an ultrasound, blood test, chromosome analysis, and even do exploratory surgery to find out the baby's true sex. Some believe that surgery and/or hormonal therapy should begin within the first 15 months of life, and others believe these things should be put off until the child is old enough to make his or her own decision about it. Either way, any family with an intersexual infant should begin counseling, as should the child when he or she is old enough.
When babies are developing in the womb, they all begin with sex organs that look female.
The distribution of self-fertilization rates among animals is similar to that of plants, suggesting that similar processes are operating to direct the evolution of selfing in animals and plants.
which derives from Hermaphroditus ( Ἑρμαϕρόδιτος), the son of Hermes and Aphrodite in Greek mythology.If the individual disagrees with "its" parents choice would it be morally acceptable to switch once they become old enough to choose for themselves? I’m not trying to be ridiculous—I just would like to have a good answer.—R.Dear R., I do not think that your questions are ridiculous.Despite claims that homosexuality is an inborn characteristic, the Bible labels any lustful acts outside of the sanctity of monogamous heterosexual marriage as sin and abomination.