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John Adams was called a hermaphrodite; Andrew Jackson's opponents claimed his mother was a prostitute.
John Adams was called a hermaphrodite
Plastics that mimick estrogen turn a beluga whale into a hermaphrodite.
The authors of the study settle the question and show that the ancestral flower was a hermaphrodite.
The pond snail is a hermaphrodite that can choose the role of giver or taker in a relationship.
Burke’s Instagram is a trove of her own maximalist pileups: wraparound pygmy rings, anthropomorphic suns with their tongues wagging, a dainty torso of a hermaphrodite.
The first was born a hermaphrodite and left her family – who wanted her to live as a boy – for life as a Hijra in an intersex community.
In his early years, although technically a hermaphrodite, Aftab, already an outcast, identifies with the hijras.
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Origin and Etymology of hermaphrodite
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