Biologically, mammals, including humans, have only two sexes. This is also the biology professor and Nobel Prize winner Christiane Nüsslein-Volhard clearly clear. The idea of being able to change one’s own gender is nonsense and mere wishful thinking.
Gender and trans fanatics have meanwhile gained a certain dominance in the public space. From a biological point of view, everything is actually crystal clear: As mammals, humans basically only have two biological sexes, namely male and female. Of course, with some very rare exceptions due to genetic abnormalities. The genetic researcher and developmental biologist Christiane Nüsslein-Volhard also stated this in her interview for the feminist publication “EMMA” clarified. Nüsslein-Volhard received the 1995 Nobel Prize for her research into the genetic control of early embryonic development.
In the EMMA interview, Professor Nüsslein-Volhard criticized, among other things, the “queer commissioner” of the German federal government, Sven Lehmann, who had put forward the bold thesis that it was “unscientific” to claim that there were only two genders. At the biological level, the situation is very clear: if you have two X chromosomes you are female, if you have X and Y you are male. Point. Because with two X chromosomes, the body produces eggs that need to be fertilized, but if there is a Y chromosome, the body produces sperm to fertilize the eggs. In this respect, it is also wrong to speak of a “third sex” in the case of the genetic anomaly (deviations in the chromosome set) of hermaphrodites or “intersexuals”, especially since these characteristics would be shared by both sexes.
The certain bandwidth within a biological sex has to do primarily with different hormone levels, which then leads, among other things, to very “feminine” men and “masculine” women. That is why the biology professor also objects to the “politically correct formulation” that a biological man does not just “feel like a woman”, but is actually a woman. That is nonsense and nothing more than wishful thinking. As the Nobel laureate explained: “There are people who want to change their gender, but they can’t do it. You remain XY or XX. The bottom line is that whether or not you have a Y chromosome has an effect on the development of the embryo during pregnancy and of course also in the adolescent. Boys therefore have different sex characteristics than girls and this cannot be undone. People retain their gender for life.She describes it as madness that young people in Germany from the age of 14 are now allowed to determine their gender themselves.
You can make a girl grow a beard with hormones, but she will still not develop testicles and produce sperm. The same applies to biological men, who become more feminine through the administration of hormones, but are still unable to produce eggs or give birth to children. In addition, one should not forget that a long-term administration of hormones also has physical and psychological effects. “I think it’s extraordinarily daring to dose it properly and take it constantly. The body cannot handle it well in the long run. Every hormone you take has side effects. Taking hormones is inherently dangerous”said the professor.
In principle, one must distinguish between sex (i.e. biological gender) and gender (social gender). The former only knows male or female, while the latter has a range. And when a biological male identifies as a woman and takes part in women’s sports, it is “basically like doping” because male hormones make him stronger and also run faster than biological females. That’s why you shouldn’t allow it.