The Positive of having Klinefelter syndrome

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Hey everyone,  I have KS also known as 47xxy.  I recently met some of the fellow Xxy guys in Denver this past June.   I wanted to share my youtube channel in hopes of reaching out further into the community.  

Ryan

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    Why are YouTube channels by XXY guys unsuitable Moderator?   

     

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      Hello again,

      If you go to You tube and search for (living with xxy), you can get the information from this new guy that was at the June 2017 convention that was held in Aurora Colorado.

      for xxy's. I was also there.

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      Yeah as soon as I saw notification on my phone I went to YouTube and searched his name, and it worked.  I just wonder why video links are not allowed here?

      As to the question of this thread, and XY friend of mine said "If you don't want children having KS would be a good thing, as well as being able never worry about birth control, and endless sex - well it could be endless if there was sufficient testosterone?  cheesygrin

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      Hahahaha!  That's awesome,  and the only thing people don't think about when we say we can't have kids is.... people still have STDs.    

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      Yes a psychiatrist once said the same to me, he couldn't understand why I was so upset as I could have sex as often as I liked and never worry about pregnancy.....   of course even if I was XY I'd not be able to get pregnant.  rolleyes    And STD's, they existed when I was a teen, and I never gave them a thought, and if I was XY I could have been a father several times over, if I was told how babies were made. redface  These things needs to be taught in schools as parents aren't that great at passing on that particular information, from my experience. So I think I can assume I was always infertile.   

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