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An XXY guy might say he's more feminine than other guys, citing more than 1 X chromosome, and women usually have more than 1 X. Does it make you wonder how a female with Complete Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome can feel feminine, she only has 1 X chromosome. Surely most, if not all, these XY females must say they feel masculine if chromosoems really do influence feelings?
An XXY guy might say he's more feminine because of the gender stereotype that only females can be emotive. And of course they will remember their childhood where teachers and even doctors will report they were more emotive than other males their age. An automatic conclusion will be arrived at.
An XXY guy might say he has more empathy toward females in conversation. I can recall times where I have had a great deal of empathy toward other females near me, but not all females. If empathy were genetic in origin surely all females would receive an empathetic response, and XXY males who married females would never divorce?
Do chromosomes really influence feelings?
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