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    Default Klinefelter's syndrome

    I don't know what this is, but i noticed Kimber James has this condition.

    From my observations I believe it if a transwomen is also born with this infliction it will make them much more passable than a broad shouldered transwoman who will most likely never pass due to masculine bone structure.

    Just my thoughts.

    What does everybody else think?


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    Default Re: Klinefelter's syndrome

    Probably should've posted something about Klinefelter syndrome since many won't look it up on wikipedia.

    Klinefelter syndrome - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia



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    Default Re: Klinefelter's syndrome

    So Freddy... Still looking for a syndrome to explain the undersized dick & other feminine traits you can't seem to convince the boards you don't have? I'm thinking Kimber James can speak for herself. Even if she has a chromosomal difference, I've never seen evidence that she's insecure about it. ...Or anything else for that matter.


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    Default Re: Klinefelter's syndrome

    So, Freddie- is this something you read, or did you "notice" Kimber's genetic structure looking at her pics?


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    Default Re: Klinefelter's syndrome

    Quote Originally Posted by FreddieGomez View Post
    I don't know what this is, but i noticed Kimber James has this condition.

    From my observations I believe it if a transwomen is also born with this infliction it will make them much more passable than a broad shouldered transwoman who will most likely never pass due to masculine bone structure.

    Just my thoughts.

    What does everybody else think?
    How do you know someone is XXY w/o knowing anything about the condition?

    Depending on how serious it is, a person could be a slightly retarded, balding middle aged man with B cups.

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    Default Re: Klinefelter's syndrome

    i myself wonder if i have it .... i wish there was a test for it



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    Default Re: Klinefelter's syndrome

    Quote Originally Posted by Bunzee View Post
    i myself wonder if i have it .... i wish there was a test for it
    umm...karyotype analysis!!!

    until i see someone's karyotype analysis, i doubt they have Klinefelter syndrome, including kimber's diagnosis. its like chrissy snow saying she is intersexed. i think it is more marketing than reality.


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    Default Re: Klinefelter's syndrome

    Considering that severity can vary, it would definitely be interesting if someone did a study on a large group of trans women to see if there is an elevated percentage of XXY compared to the standard male population.

    I really doubt I have it though. I have a very feminine frame despite starting hormones at 23 and am slightly above average height, but I've got an IQ in the 150 range and a pretty big peen. Then again, I definitely wouldn't mind being tested to find out.


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    Default Re: Klinefelter's syndrome

    Karyotyping is used to look at all of the chromosomes in order to assess for aneuploidy (abnormal chromosomes).Abnormalities may consist of a chromosomal deletion, insertion or translocation. It usually takes a week or two for results to be produced when testing a person versus testing a fetus that takes 36-72 hours.

    As in Kimber's supposed diagnosis of Klinefelter's, it's merely an insertion. Hope this helps.



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    Default Re: Klinefelter's syndrome

    I have what would be considered a Klinefelter body type, but I don't have the syndrome. My IQ is in the mid 130's-low 140's. I've tested negative. Some people are just born with feminine features. It doesn't have to be pathologized.

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