Sir or madam, within 1 week at Non Grata I learned to never launch links from people I do not know. This has served me well and will continue to serve me well. So forgive me if this link goes unheeded given the likely subject matter.
That said, though I accept that something exists and believe it should be recognized, that does not mean I revel in it. I was simply pointing out an inaccuracy in the original poll. Gender identification is a complicated cultural and biological matter, which does not lend itself to binary questions. This is why it is annoying when people ask for your "man card" anytime you don't act within strict gender guidelines. Enjoying the odd musical/romance or two does not make one less of a man, especially when you have been elbow deep in a deer carcass and drink whiskey neat. Sorry if that offends you, oh urban cowboy who owns and never uses five different handguns, but can't drink his coffee black.
I don't know...lactose intolerance means I can't drink my coffee white...does that change my gender?
There is a rare trait some people are born with called intersex. This has nothing to do with "gender identification" either, which is just a concept of thought. It is a congenital anomaly of the reproductive and sexual system, not to be confused with transexual surgical procedures. It's neither male or female, technically speaking, and many intersex people consider themselves neither gender.