It’s the time of year when I ask people to go take the #Ace Community Survey!
Emphasis on the community part — people who do not currently or have not ever identified as ace are welcome to take part if they are interested & in fact having some comparative data from non-ace participants is helpful for the survey teams data analysis
@Satsuma anyway if you were looking for an actual explanation here i’m just saying i sure as heck don’t know my chromosomal patterns, and i would imagine that most other people also do not know their chromosomal patterns unless they already exhibit some kind of variance which would lead to that sort of investigation
knowing, definitively, absolutely that your chromosomes match the standard definitions of male and female alongside other biological traits and assigned sex at birth seems like it ought to be a rarity to me
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