More about that project shortly. It is my theory, which remains to be tested, that a great many more conventional members of society experience their sexual fantasies and desires along similar lines. I also thought that it would be useful when talking about gender, sex, and sexuality to make plain some of the differences between gender and sex as they function in sexuality. I have become convinced that not only can men and women live in bodies of any sex, but that we, as a society, go against reality when we insist that there are only two genders, only two sexes, and only slight variations on two basic sexualities. No person can be. Another trans man expressed his personal anguish over the limitations of only two genders and two sexes in these words:
Physically you might, but I think that there's these imprints in your sexe tour multiple and your personality that carry over. Hippocrates, Aristotle, Galen, and the authors of the Talmud all made reference to intersex people as a taken-for-granted kind of human sex variation. Probably because we were both. I also thought that it would be useful when talking about gender, sex, and sexuality to make plain some of the differences between gender and sex as they function in sexuality. In other words, they and their partners, like the rest of us, took their sexual and body image fantasies to bed with. Most females are feminine women. Do I have to give up being one for the other?
It sounds confusing, but it's actually helpful — with so many variations, the fungi can mate with nearly every individual of their species they meet.