gender transformation in nature

Marci wrote…

I keep thinking that nature has a yet-undiscovered natural method of human gender transformation. Natural gender transformation exists in plants, fishes, annalids, cephalopods, and insects. The human mind has a capacity for overwhelming desire to change gender, but does not have as yet the knowledge of how to effect biological gender change as it exists elsewhere in nature.

But I do believe the human brain contains the latent capacity. I keep searching for the key to that passageway. It is my vision quest. My purpose driven life. The reason I am here. More than anything I wish to bring relief to those who suffer.

What do you think?

And what are you thinking about gender right now?

Posted by on November 27th, 2008 at 08:00 am

Category: your voice One comment »

One Response to “gender transformation in nature”

  1. Tom Adams

    Moreso than any other organism, humans rely on their extended phenotypes (things we make). Surgery _is_ our natural method of changing sex.


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