Is this a way to spot a male?
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« on: August 08, 2017, 07:19:11 pm »

A lot of people question whether Michael Obama is a male or female, and others.

I was reading something today which said that only the Y chromosome (males) carries the genetic information to produce ear hair. 
That means that no matter how much testosterone is pumped into a female, they cannot not grow ear hair. 

Has anybody known of any female to have ear hair?  This might also apply to nose hair.   There ARE females with facial hair (beards and mustaches).   
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« Reply #1 on: August 09, 2017, 08:42:44 am »

The entire body is covered in hair follicles.   While in the womb, you grow and shed hair from every part of your body.   This happens twice.

So now that we have a baseline that the entire body is covered in hair, we can look a bit deeper. 

The ear tab just before the opening varies by gender.   After 2nd puberty (around 25) the male ear grows a hair "bud" that's a cluster of hair follicles.   This is also the time that the male chin starts to change into it's adult form. 

If you lightly scrape the inside of the tab, you should be able to feel the hair bud.   


Without a genetic malfunction, women should not have hair buds.    However, it is possible to grow ear hair through a-gendered hair follicles on the ear. 


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« Reply #2 on: August 09, 2017, 03:21:28 pm »

The entire body is covered in hair follicles.   While in the womb, you grow and shed hair from every part of your body.   This happens twice.

So now that we have a baseline that the entire body is covered in hair, we can look a bit deeper.  

The ear tab just before the opening varies by gender.   After 2nd puberty (around 25) the male ear grows a hair "bud" that's a cluster of hair follicles.   This is also the time that the male chin starts to change into it's adult form.  

If you lightly scrape the inside of the tab, you should be able to feel the hair bud.  


Without a genetic malfunction, women should not have hair buds.    However, it is possible to grow ear hair through a-gendered hair follicles on the ear.  




I didn't know about 2nd puberty!   Is there a third?   Cry
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« Reply #3 on: August 09, 2017, 06:32:10 pm »

Just the 2.   

2nd puberty is nothing compared to the 1st one.   All the changes are subtle.   
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