Yes, but they weren't so severely *handicapped* that they were diagnosed as female at birth. Obviously they had all the correct plumbing, so to speak; so the gender diversity, for want of a better word, results as an effeminate male. Seems to me that this works both ways, for there are women who are very masculine. Something in the genetics affects a person's sexuality and, no doubt, their sexual expression. We have known about hermaphrodites for thousands of years, but this is something more subtle, something we are only just beginning to understand. Perhaps it's something that should give us pause in judging the sexuality of others.
Sorry, I'm so clumsy in expressing my opinion, here. Does this make any sense to you?