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[–] crodish 28 points Edited

Also:

they're not found in humans

Congrats, you lost the game not only in the very first line, but also the second. Dumbass.

"Hey, you know a lot about cats, don't you? Could you tell me if there exists a feline classification that isn't a cat?"

"I can actually name a third and a fourth! Fish and insects! They're not mammals, but they exist!"

"Wtf does that have to do with anything we were just talking about"

Pretends to be a biologist and then embarrasses himself. I've seen so many of them do this at this point.

[–] AngryPotato 5 points Edited

I really don’t get why so many people pretend they’re biologists, especially when they don’t know something as basic as what a gamete is. You don’t have to study developmental biology or anything complicated to know that gametes aren’t chromosomes. So birds have a different sex determining chromosome? Okay, so what? Does that mean they have a third sex? No, they still only produce either ova or sperm. If they did have a third sex, would that be in any way relevant to humans? Also no. These people seriously need to learn some critical thinking.

I too can give random science animal facts. But it has no bearing on the conversation.

[–] bellatrixbells BoobatrixRex 8 points

And also... SOME BIRDS HAVE Z CHROMOSOMES SO THIRD SEX IN HUMANS IS A THING CHECKMATE TERFS

Birds?

Well they've already tried fish, so now it's birds... I think they're working thier way through the taxonomic classes: hopefully they'll get to mammals eventually.

Tcultist: Biology is very complex.

Anyone else: Yes.

TCultist: So men can be women.

Lol.