How to use Sex-organs in a sentence
Intersex states are conditions where a newborn's sex organs (genitals) look unusual, making it impossible to identify the gender of the baby from its outward appearance.
All developing babies start out with external sex organs that look female.
If the baby is male, the internal sex organs mature and begin to produce the male hormone testosterone.
Sometimes, the genetic sex (as indicated by chromosomes) may not match the appearance of the external sex organs.
However, the external sex organs have been masculinized and look like a penis.Advertisement
However, the external sex organs fail to develop normally.
About one in every 2,000 births results in a baby whose sex organs look unusual.
From these glands come a flood of sex hormones-androgen and testosterone in the male, estrogen and progestin in the female-that regulate the growth and function of the sex organs.
They also direct the adolescent maturation of sex organs into their adult form.
Your baby has sex organs by the seventh week and by the eighth week your baby is actually moving.Advertisement
The term "shemale" is a term used to promote woman with male sex organs in the pornography industry.
Even though testosterone plays a primary role in the development of male sex organs and functions, it also plays a role in muscle development, and bone and hair growth for both sexes.