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  •  Oh, please (0+ / 0-)

    "One person makes up a rumor" -- this has been posted about Coulter for years, and I've seen people wonder as to her gender (based largely on her adam's apple) on seeing her photos without apparently having been influenced by anything beyond their own lying eyes.  Furthermore, I didn't say I was "willing to believe it"; I said I didn't know.  Your condescension on the point does not become you.

    Apparently you are an adam's apple expert, so I will defer to you in that respect, except as others may offer compelling challenges to your expertise.  So tell me: why are her trachea and larynx so prominent?

    My apologies to students who took my U.S. Government class in the 90s: evidently the Constitution doesn't limit Presidential power after all. Who knew?

    by Major Danby on Fri Jul 14, 2006 at 08:03:41 PM PDT

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    •  The intersex part was started here... (0+ / 0-)

      ...that is what I referred to above.  The transsexual accusations started elsewhere and keep getting repeated here.

      I'm a transsexual woman.  I have some degree of expertise in this matter.  I know about sex-linked characteristics.

      What you see when you look at her throat is too low to be her adam's apple.  My guess it is her larynx.  It probably sticks out because she is thin.  That's my guess, but I am not her doctor.

      Teacher's Lounge opens each Saturday, sometime between 10am and 12 noon EST

      by rserven on Fri Jul 14, 2006 at 08:14:42 PM PDT

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      •  I had seen intersex suppositions elsewhere (0+ / 0-)

        long before I saw them here, but I'll admit that I can't give you a reference, because it's never been important enough to me to keep track of the sources.

        I have known anorexics, though, and I can't ever remember their trachea, larynx, or whatever sticking out like that.  But I (not facetiously) do defer to your expertise.

        My apologies to students who took my U.S. Government class in the 90s: evidently the Constitution doesn't limit Presidential power after all. Who knew?

        by Major Danby on Fri Jul 14, 2006 at 08:25:12 PM PDT

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