Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome

People with Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome appear outwardly to be what is traditionally seen as female as well as a vagina that is two inches deep however they do not have a uterus, instead they have testes, some don’t grow or have very little pubic and/or underarm hair, don’t have a large Adam’s apple meaning their voice won’t be deep, and they have XY chromosomes, but are seen by doctors as female so they are told to check ‘female’ on forms.

Well, SoFail definitely has the AIS phenotype and she did resort to prosthetics. I think, if that is the case, BC would have a problem with it getting out…


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