“I was born with male genitalia with no testicles, but I also have a uterus and no ovaries,” she explains to Radar Online.
This is all about Michael Phelps and the bird he’s been shagging. And it’s all really rather odd.
No, not intersex (and the way that differs from gender identity, yadda yadda). There’s all sorts of fun things that can happen in foetal development, genetics and so on. X and or Y can be turned on or not, clitori can develop in to peni and so on. Testes end up where ovaries usually are: vaginas not appear as they don’t in (most) men but be backed up with entirely functional ovaries and uteri and all sorts of stuff.
But usually it’s about development of what’s there into one or the other. Most of the basic building blocks are there (as with men having nipples), labia and scrotal sacks are the “same part”, glans and clitoris and so on. To be actually missing, rather than to have develop differently, one of these building blocks is more different than the normal differences. To have neither testes nor ovaries is odd odd, if you see what I mean. To have non-functional either is depressingly normal, to have one or the other in the “wrong place” or for them to have developed “inappropriately” isn’t all that odd. But to have neither is odd odd.