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read the essay titled ?The opposite of Sex? (attached) and provide and provide a 7 to 10 page paper(double spaced) including a brief review of the essay and your thoughts about how we have been taught to think about biological sex compared to the reality of biological sex.;This is for a human disease 100 level class, so only summarize the article and then state an opinion based on the above question.;Attachment Preview;The Opposite of Sex0.doc Download Attachment;5.TheOppositeofSex;withLisaMayStevens;(ExcerptedfromthebookLousySex,byGeraldN.Callahan;Thesimpledeclarationofboyorgirlatchildbirthdirectstherestof;mostchildrenslives.Andifyouaskedsomeonetotellyouabouthisorherself;oranyoneelsesselfforthatmattersexalwayscomesupnearthebeginning.;But,inspiteofwhatwehavebeentoldabouthumanandanimalsex,everyyear;worldwide,morethan65,000humanbabiesarentboysorgirls.;Acoupleofmonthsintoourelectronicrelationship,LisaMayStevenssentmesome;picturesofherself.Inoneofthesephotos,sheworeablackgown,showedquiteabitof;leg,andlookedlikeasouthernbellestrawberryblonde,about5feet10inchestall;hazeleyed.Foralltheworld,likeasouthernbelle.Sheisntthough.Shesan;hermaphroditefromIdaho.;AndLisaMayStevensisafriendofmine.;Wemetabouteighteenmonthsago,whenIsentheranemail.Atthetime,Ihad;gottenholdofanideaIcouldntshake,andIneededherinput.Atthesametime,an;ideahadtakenholdofLisaMay,anideathatlifemightnotbeworththetrouble;anymore.Ourmeetingwas,serendipitous.;Eversince,wevestayedintouch.;Hermaphroditesticksinalotofpeoplesthroats,oritspitchedbypeopleasa;taunt,oftenbychildren,butnotalways.;ThoughcoinedbyPlinytheEldertodescribehumanswithcharacteristicsofboth;sexes,whenspeakingofhumanbeings,thetermhermaphroditegetsalittleslippery;likeanicicleinsummer.;Hermaphroditicplants,ontheotherhand,formafirmgroupofindividualsknown;fortheirabilitytotakeeitherorbothrolesinsexualreproduction.Andmost;hermaphroditicanimals,thoughtheyrarelyselffertilize,canatleastperformeither;partysroleinsexandreproduction.Nomatterwhatoddthoughtsmayhaveslithered;insideofGaiusPliniusSecundusearlyRomanamygdala,nohumanhaseverbeen;capableofsuchcontortionsorcontributions.;Forallofthesereasons,Idontlikecallinghumanbeingshermaphrodites.Lisa;Mayinsistsonit,atleastwhenitcomestospeakingabouther.Shemadethatclear;fromtheoutset.;Sinceourfirstmeetingonline,LisaMayhastwicecometoFortCollins,Colorado;tovisit.Inperson,LisaMayisapresence.Herfacecarriesthemarksofhermasculine;past,sodoherhands.Butherarmsremindmeofmymothersarms,andbeneathher;blousesordresses,herfigureisunmistakablyfeminine.;Hergenitalia,shetellsme,strikeherasmaleandfemaleallatonce.Thatseems;topleaseher,agreatdeal.InLisaMaysstorythereisaheroandaheroine,andwhen;youlookather,youseeboth.;EverytimeLisaMayandIhavegoneanywheretogether,peoplenoticethat.One;eveningatdinner,itseemedlikealittletsunamirosefrombeneathourtableandspread;acrosstheroomaswhisperspassedandeyesrosefromcupsofchaiorplatesofcurry;tostealglimpsesofLisaMay.;Youmightthinkpeoplewouldadmireher.Andsomedo,butmostdonot.Most;peopleseemtofindLisaMaysappearanceunsettling.Othersbecomeangry,asthough;LisaMayhadcommittedsomesinagainsthumanity.Regardless,everywhereshegoes;peoplenoticeher.;LisaMay;Ialwaysseemtoridethefirstwave.Ilovebeingoutfrontandtheshockandawe;effect.Ofcourse,thatfadesasmostpeopleseememove,gesture,andspeak.But;fromsome,Iseemtosensehostility,ormaybefear.Istillhaventfiguredthatoneout.;Theylook,thenlookaway,andsoonlookback.Theywatchmymovements,mylaugh;mygestures.Thentheireyesgofrommyfacedownmybody.Usuallytheystopatmy;legs,sinceIdoknowhowtousethoselegstodrawattentionawayfrommyface.My;motherhadlongerlegsthanIdo.Shecouldcommandaroomlikeageneral.Iknowthe;effectlegshaveonpeople.Mothertaughtmewell,andinthelasttwoyearsIhave;returnedtoherways.I'dratherpeopleseemeassexythanasadogdressedup.;Expectations;Once,takingLisaMaybacktohermotel,Istoppedtopickupacigar.Iasked;LisaMayifshewantedtocomeintothestorewithme.Alongwithrowsofcellophane;wrappedcigars,cigarstoresalmostanytimeofdaycontainafewmen,cigar;smokingmen,ifyouknowwhatImean.Tomysurprise,shedid.;Again,LisaMaymadewaves.Sheseemedunawareofhereffectonthesemen.;Icertainlywasnot.Nothingoffensive,butlooksthatcouldhaveextinguisheda;thousandcigarssputteredbehindthosemenseyes.;Unmetexpectations?Snipsandsnailsandpuppydogtails,sugarandspiceand;everythingnice,pinkandblue,boysandgirls,menandwomen,blackandwhite;expectationsbornofacertaintyaboutsexthatequalsourcertaintyaboutgravity?;Perhaps.;Asearlyasfouryearsofage,mostchildrenunderstandthateverythingcomesin;twos,andonlyintwosmomanddad,grandmaandgrandpa,doesandbucks,boars;andsows,hensandcocks,inniesandouties.Butthatdoesntseemtoreflectsome;inbornsenseofthepermanencyofsexasmuchasitsuggeststhatbyagefourwehave;alreadyheardtheideasomanytimesthat,formostofus,ithasbecomefact.;Later,wellmeaningteacherstellusthatchromosomesdothatpushusinto;onecorneroranother,thenbindusupwithiron,andleaveusthere.Chromosomesare;finalasflint,theysay.Y=male,Ynot=female.;Andthatprovidestherigidgroutthatcementsthescalesofourbeliefsintoplace;firmlyandfinally.UnlesswemeetsomeonelikeLisaMay.Then,astheplatesheave;againstoneanother,ourEarthshifts,andtsunamisareborn.;But,LisaMaysnottheproblem.Infact,shesthesolutiontotheproblem.;FishySex:DefiningNemo;Throughsharedcatastropheandintractabletime,weandfishhavegrownold;togethermanandalewife.Butthewholetime,fishhavebeenoutdoingus.;Twentyfivethousandspeciesoffishhavebeenidentifiedandnamed,but;everyonewhostudiesfishiscertaintherearethousandsmore.Inall,atleast10 12(thats;atrillion)individualsonthisplanetcallthemselvesfish.;Humansweighinatonespeciesandabout6billionindividuals.Apotholeinthe;roadoflifecomparedtothecrevassethatfishhavecut.Infact,amongthevertebrates;nobodyoutdoesthefish.RanginginsizefromthePhilippineIslandgoby(aboutone;thirdofaninchlong)totheleopardspottedleviathanofthewhaleshark(aboutfiftyfeet;longandweighingseveraltons),noothervertebrateanimalscomparetofishnotfor;numbers,notforsheervariety,andnotforsexualcreativity.;More(perhapsalotmore)than100speciesandtwentyfamiliesoffishare;hermaphroditic,andherewebegintostretchthelimitsofwhatwemeanby;hermaphroditism,whatwemeanbymaleandfemale,andwhatwemeanbyeverything;inbetween.;Hermaphroditicfishcomeintwocommonformssimultaneoushermaphrodites;andsequentialhermaphrodites.Simultaneoushermaphroditeshavetheniftygiftoftwo;setsofgenitaliaatalltimes.Sequentialherms,asLisaMaycallsthem,liketorattle;backandforthbetweenthesexes,onemorningavixen,thenextalothario.;Hamletfishareonetotwoinchlong,goldandyellowfishfoundmostlyinthe;CaribbeanandtheGulfofMexico.Theyhaunttherainbowcoloredreefsinthosewarm;waters,workinglikelittleyellowblimpsamongthesearodsandfirecoralssearchingfor;food.Whentheyarenothungry,thoughtsofsexoftendancelikelittlesugaredplums;insidetheirtinyheads.;Allhamletfishhavebothmaleandfemalesexorgansallthetime.Thatmakes;themsimultaneoushermaphroditesand,apparently,morethanalittlerandy.Butthese;fishdonotfertilizetheirowneggs.Nothingsobanalwouldsuitthem.Instead,hamlet;fishengageinsexualritualsasvariedasthetalesofScheherazade.;First,hamletfishtrystsinvolvemultiplematingsthatlastforasmanyasthree;nights.Andduringallofthattime,thesefishtaketurnsbeingthemaleorthefemale;partner.So,overthecourseofasingletryst,eachfishtakesallimaginablerolesinthe;sexact.Forsuchsmallfish,theirlustisgreat,nottomentiontheirenduranceandtheir;penchantforcreativity.Andwhenallthesexfinallygrindstoahalt,bothpartnersare;pregnant.;Thoughthisbemadness,yetthereismethodin't.;Blackseabass,onetofivepoundfishthatspawnfromFloridatoCapeCod,on;theotherhand,covertherangeofhermaphroditism.Infact,somehermaphroditicsea;bass,do,ineffect,matewiththemselves,thoughsomeintricacyisnecessaryto;overcomewhatseemslikeanintractablemechanicalbarrier.;Inthewaterylightthatshiversacrossthesandyflatsofeasterncoastalwaters;somebassspawnasmanyastwentytimesinasingleday.Becauseseabasshave;bothovariesandtestes,theseanimalsare,bydefinition,simultaneoushermaphrodites.;Byanyotherstandard,thesefishdefypreconceptionandsportagivensexasbriefly;andasquicklyastheflutteringframesofarollingmoviefilm.;Astheyspawn,blackseabassalternatebetweenbeingegglayingfemalesand;spermspoutingmales,atransformationthattakesthesefishonlyaboutthirtyseconds.;Thatactmakesforlotsmorefryandtherestofusblackwithenvy.;Amongotherseabass,sexisabitmoreconstant,butonlyabit.;Withthesebass,iftwofemalesfindthemselvesinalocalseafernbarandboth;havesexontheirminds,oneofthebasssimplytransformsherselfintoamale;completewithadramaticcolorchangeandabigboostintesticularoutputofsperm.;Thentheremainingfemalespawns,andthenascentmalecoverstheeggswithsperm;newlybornfromfreshlyformedtestes.Problemsolved.;Andthatsnotthelastofthefishtales,notnearly.;Fordecades,maybecenturies,peoplehaveknownthatlotsoffishchanged;sexes.But,itwasntuntil1972thatmarinebiologistsbegantofigureoutwhatmotivated;thesefishtoupandabandontheirlivesasmalesorfemalesandsproutthegenitaliaof;theoppositesex.;Notsurprisingly,itturnsoutthatthewholemotivationthingiscomplicated.Every;fishseemstohaveitsownsetofrulesandreasonsforswappingsexes.;Beyondblackseabass,wrassetwotofourinchlongfish,stripedorsaddled;withblackandyellowpigmentsflutterinthetepidcurrentsnearcoralreefsaroundthe;world.Somewrassemaketheirlivingscleaningparasitesandscartissuesfromother;fish.Becauseofthathabit,wrassealsoswiminlotsofhomeaquariaaroundtheglobe.;Regardless,inaquariaorinthehollowsamongglitteringcorals,mostwrasse;begintheirlivesasfemales.Butchancegracesoneortwoofthesefishwithtestes.As;theygrow,wrassedevelopcomplexsocialstructures,andbythetimethesefishreach;adulthood,theyliveinharemsoffemalefishcontrolledbyasingledominantmale;wrasse.Thisalphamale,throughphysicaldominationandperhapshischemical;presence,forcesthefemalestoremainfemales.Theforcefedfemalesdevelopa;peckingorderwiththealphafemalerunningtheshowamongthegirls.Thatmight;seemjobenoughforawrasse,buthergreatestmomentisyettocome.Whentheone;malewrassedies,overthecourseofafewdays,thealphafemalebecomesthealpha;maleandtakesovertheharemforhimself.Fromveileddamseltoabeardedsheikina;dayorso.;Andthen,therearetheclownfishNemoandallhisfamily.Becausetheylook;likesomefancifulchildsideaofhowfishshouldlookthumbsizedandbrightorange;withverticalblackandwhitestripesthesecreaturesareextremelypopularaquarium;fish.;Clownfishspinasimilarsexualtale,butonewithanoppositetwist.Darting;amongyellowspongesandpurpleanemones,thesefishalsoassemblethemselvesinto;groupsmadeupalmostentirelyoffemales.Butamongclownfish,onlythelargest;femaleintheharemcanmatewiththesinglelargealphamale.Ifthelargefemale;clownfishdies,thebigmalehandsinhistestes,conjureshimselfasetofovariesand;becomesafemale.Afterthat,thelargestoftheyoungfemalesleavesbehindheregg;layingdaysandacquiresaskillwithsperm.Amongclownfish,thefewandtheproud;beginlifeasfemales,swapgonadsforthegranderlifeoftheleaderofthepack,and;thenforthegreatergoodreclaimtheirovariesandlayeggsassweetlyasany;clownfishthatevergracedthesea.Atripartitetrystwithasexualsubtextunlikeanywe;humansmighthaveimagined.;Nomatterhowhardwemaytrytosqueezethesefishtalesintoourhuman;stories,sex(toparaphraseJ.B.S.Haldane)remainsnotonlyqueererthanweimagine;butqueererthanwecanimagine.;LisaMayisdifferentgiventhechance,shewilltellyoushesfullyawareofthat.But;justhowLisacametobedifferentisaremarkabletale.SomeofLisaMayscellshave;twoXchromosomes,othershaveanXandaYchromosome.SomeofLisaMaysred;bloodcellsareABsomeO.But,asincredibleasthatmayseem,thatisntwhatmakes;LisaMaysstoryremarkable.;WhatmakesLisaMayuniqueisthatLisabeganherlifeastwopeopleonea;boytheotheragirl.ThedoctorscallLisaMayachimeraandatruehermaphrodite.With;Lisa,truehermaphroditemeansthatshehasreproductivetissuesofbothsexes;probablybeginningwithonetestisandoneovatestis(acombinationofovarianand;testiculartissue).;Humanchimerasariseinseveraldifferentways,butfewbeginlikeLisaMay.;Insideofhermotherswomb,LisaMaybeganastwotwozygotes(thesinglecellsthat;resultfromthefusionofeggandsperm).Oneofthetwoprobablywouldhavebecome;sinceitcontainedandXandaYchromosomeabouncingbabyboy.Theotherheld;twoXchromosomesandwasdestinedforgirlhood.Butbeforeeitheroftheirdreams;becamereality,thetwozygotesgrabbedholdofoneanotherandfusedintoasingle;livingthingpartboypartgirlmuchlikeHermaphroditus(thesonofAphroditeand;Hermes)andSalmacis(afetchingnymph)fusedbytheirgodsintoasinglebeing.;ScientistcallLisaMaysbeginningsatetragameticfusiontheproductoffour;fusedgametestwoeggsandtwosperm.Therestofuscallheramazing.;TurtleSex;Evenastheylumberupfromtheseaandcarvetheirwayacrossmoonlit;beachestolayleatheryeggs,seaturtlesdontseemtohavesexes.Fromadistance,or;upcloseforthatmatter,turtlebiologiststhemselvesoftencannottellaboyturtlefroma;girlturtle.Ifyouwanttoknowthesexofaturtle,youhavetousehistologythat;requirestakingapieceoftheturtle,whichneitherturtlenorinvestigatormuchcarefor;andsubjectingthecollectedtissuetocriticalscientificanalyses.Onlyafterthat,cana;turtlebepronouncedboyorgirl.Buteventhen,turtlesexinvolvesalotofassumptions.;Andiftheweatherisunusuallycool,anewlyhatchedturtlemayhavenosexatall.;Turtlesdontevenhavesexchromosomes,andgenesdontseemtoplayany;directroleindecidingwhetheraturtlewillendupasagirlturtleoraboyturtle.;Turtlesexismysterious.;Attheheartofthatmystery,lieslikeaglowingcoalthetemperatureofthe;sandandtheseaandtheair,thetemperatureofthepondandtheforestandtheriver.;Ashiftinthewind,theslipperymovementsofclouds,astormfront,awarmingtrend;andthesexesofturtlesdriftanothermale,afewlessfemalesonedirectionorthe;other,andaturtlesfuturelooksalittlepinkeroralittlebluer.;Somehowoutofallthatandtheturtleitself,ofcoursethewarmthandthe;warpofthesealaydownthecourseofturtledomlikeahighway.Turtlescandonothing;butfollowandthatincludesseaturtlesandtortoisesaswellaslandturtlesand;tortoisesallmarchingtoasingledrummer,theweather.;LisaMay;LisaMaywasntbornLisaMay.ShebeganlifeasSteven.Buteventhen,when;Stevensfatherwasntaround,LisasmotheroftencalledthebabyLisa.Somethingof;aconfusionforher,butonlyatfirst.HermotherdressedLisaMayingirlsclothesand;talkedwithheraboutthewaysofwomenhowmuchmakeuptowear,howtotease;howtostop,andhowtopleasehermother.LisaMaysoonfiguredouttherulesand;howtobehermothersdaughterandherfathersson.Realityhadlittletodowithit.;PracticalityruledLisaMayschildhood.HerfatherhatedLisa,hermothercoulddo;withoutSteven.LisaMaydidwhatneededdoing.;ButonceLisaMaylefthome,realityreareditscyclopichead.Theeasymove;betweensexesjustdidntworksowellanymore.LisaMayneededonesex,afixed;hardandfastsex.ShesettledasLisaMayforawhile.Butafteratraumaticrape,she;reachedouttoSteven.Shetookhormonesmajordosesoftestosteroneshebound;herbreastsastightlyasshecould,andtookajobasanironworker.Stevenworked;hardandmadehiswayintheworld.Hemetpeopleandmadefriends.Later,hemarried;twicebothtimestowomenwithbisexualtastes.Hedivorced,hestruggled,hetried;suicideandfailed.;It'snotaneasythingtodo,movebetweensexes.IfindIdidsomeofthis(optforSteven;orLisa)asahabitratherthanthinkingaboutit.Intheendthough(ifthisreallyisthe;end)IrememberedhowIwastaughtataveryyoungageandhowLisaissecond;natureforme.IjusthadtoletgoofSteve.Buttoletgoofsomething,evenwhenit;seemslikeaballandchain,isnotaseasyasonemightthink.Attimes,Ihavefond;memoriesoflifeasSteve,butasStevemyobjectivesinlifewerelessclear.WithLisa,I;ammorefocusedonthingsthatmattertome,gentler,moreacceptingoflifesways.;ButIdohaveoneclearfaultasLisaItrustpeoplewaytoomuch.Iwillbeworkingon;thisalotinthenearfuture,awholelot.;GatorSex;Between1948and2006,thestateofFloridalostnineteenpeopletoalligators.;Thatsnineteenforcertain.Itseemslikelythatafewotherswhostoppedshowingupfor;roastedcrawdadsandbananafrittersattheLostHopeCrabShackalsoendedtheir;livesinthearms(andjaws)ofagator.Gatorsareofmeantemperamentand;gluttonousappetite.Andtheyarenoisy.;Asnout,longandbigasasuitcase,filledwithsawbladeteeth,thoseverticalslits;inthecenterofeyesthatpopoutoftheirheadsliketheheadlightsonoldsportscars.;Andthenthereisthattail,armoredandasfulloffightasapython.Alligatorsdoevoke;somethingreptilian,somethingburiedinsideofhumansalong,longtimeago.;Alligatorshibernateinthewinter,stopeatingwhenthetemperaturedropsbelow;73degreesFahrenheit,andmakesexwhilethesunshines.Liketurtles,alligatorsex;hasnothingtodowithchromosomes.Sexcomestoalligatorsfromtheirsurroundings.;Alligators,crocodiles,andcaimansdonthavesexchromosomes,andinside;thesecreatures,thereisnoconsistentgeneticdifferencebetweenmalesandfemales.;Instead,thehe/shebifurcationforksplitsitstinesafterfertilization.Andtheroadmost;traveledbythezygotesdependsmainlyontheweather.Maleorfemaleislefttothe;vagariesofsunlight,water,andwind.;Whenthemeanambienttemperatureisbetweenabout88and90degrees;Fahrenheit,nearlyequalnumbersofmalesandfemaleshatchfromAmericanalligator;clutches.Butwhenthemeantemperaturefallsbyaslittle2degrees,American;alligatorsstopproducinganymales.Thesamethinghappenswhenthemean;temperaturerisesabout3degreesabove90.Crocodilesandcaimansappeartohave;similarpactswiththeweather.;Intheend,justwhatmakesanalligatororacrocodileoracaimanaheorashe;isntclear.Itmightbehormonesproducedbythehypothalamus,itmightbesomething;else.Whateveritis,itwatchestheskiesandthesandswiththeeyesofaprophet;waitingforjusttherightpushfromastarslight.;LizardSex;Lastly,therearelizardsanotherscaleplated,prehistoriclooking,bugeyedlink;toourpast.Lizardsexisalittleeasier,andsafer,tostudythanthatofalligatorsand;crocodiles.So,instudiesoftemperaturedependentsexdetermination,lizardshave;beenslightlymorepopularasresearchsubjects.Allthreefamiliesofgeckoesdoit.;Someiguanasdoit.Sodoalotofotherlizards,butnotall.Sexasawarmhandona;coldbody.;SexintheSun;Foraraftofanimals,sunlightandsexareinseparable.Whethermanycreatures;onthisEarthbecomemalesorfemalesispurelyamatterofwherethemercuryfalls;alongthelengthofitsglasstube.Inthelaboratory,thesexesofsomefrogswilleven;reversewhenthetemperatureisraisedorlowered.Whetherthathappensinthewild;isntclear,butitseemslikely.Soiltemperature,pondandoceanandriverandrockand;swamptemperaturesdrivenbythelightofastaralmost100millionmilesaway;maketurtleandcrocodilesex,pushlizardsontolifelongpaths,flipfishfrommaleto;female,andmakealligatorsfatwithhormones.;Someargue,thatgatorsexisaprehistoricideasincegonesouth.Butlizards;evolvedmuchmorerecentlythanalligators,andlizardsfaroutnumberbigamphibians;likesgatorsandcrocs.So,thesexualambiguityoflizardscantbesoeasilytossedoff;assomeancientaberration.;Arewereallywhoweseemtobe,orhavewebeenmisledbymillenniaofthe;misinformed?;Aturtlessexdefinesnothing.Turtles,allturtles,arejustturtles.Sexisacostume;worntodeceivethebloodiedeyeoftime.Ashamtomakemoreturtles.;Fishfakesexsimplytoenticealoverandgatorshavenoopposingsexes,just;sex.Lizardswaitforaficklephotontoplanttheirseed,andfrogs,regardlessoftheir;initialbent,findwhatsnecessarytofurtherfrogdom.;Nooneofthesecreaturesisfirstofallaboyorgirl,abulloracow,Marsor;Venus,orevenlastofall.Andnooneofthesecreatureswouldeverimagine;themselvesoppositeoforatwarwiththeothersex.Because,halfthetimetheyarethe;othersex,orsomethinginbetween,ormighthavebeeniftheSunhadsimplyshownfor;anotherhourortwoonthedayheorshewasborn.;Forme,atthegnarledrootofthattreeliesonetoughacorn.;Teachersandtextbooks,clergyandcolorTVallremindusthatsexisasfixed;andfirmastheironhoopofahumanchromosome.Onlytwopossibilitiesexist,and;thosetwoareasdifferentfromoneanotherasnightisfromday.Buttrytellingthattoa;turtleorskunkedeyedgatorwhohasseenstarlightturnanamorphouschunkof;protoplasmintoaboyoragirlorsomethingelse.Trytellingthattoaseabassaboutto;fertilizeherowneggsorasaddlebackedwrasseatthatslipperypointbetweenegg;layerandspermsprayer.;LisaMay;In2006,StevenandLisaMaypartedcompanyonceagain.NothingaboutStevefelt;righttoLisaanymore.Shequitthetestosteroneandbeganawelldesignedand;supervisedregimenofestrogen.Herbreastsswelled,hervoicedcreptupthescale,her;mindquieted.ThenLisaMayfellinwithagroupofpeoplewhoselivesweremorelike;hers.Noneofthem,ofcourse,hadapastorsetofchromosomesthatcouldmatchLisa;Mays,buttheythoughtdifferentlyaboutsexhowyougotoneandwhatyoumightdo;withitdifferentlyfrommostoftherestofus.AndthatappealedtoLisaMay.Oneof;Lisasnewfamilyhadherbreastsremovedasthefirststoponherroadtomanhood.;Lisamayadmiredthattoo.;Sexchangemakessomepeopleinthisworldedgy,othersangryitputsacrack;inthewholesexasconcretething.ButitdoesntbotherLisa.Infactsheencouraged;herfriendtotreathissexlikehemighthismind.Ifafteralltheseyearsyourthoughtsor;yoursexjustdontmakeanysenseanylonger,perhapsitstimetochangethem.;Ihavelearnedtowalkthoughdeepwaterwithoutlosingastep,toflickmyhairtoone;sideortheother,andofcoursehowtosmilethesmilethatstopstraffic.Whenothers;stareatme,Ijustlookpastthatandsmileateachone.Thatbreakstheice.Ioften;spendwaytoomuchtimeevenfoodshopping.Butwhocares?

 

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