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No

She's saying what she said.

Hermaphrodites and intersex people exist more commonly than most people know. About 1 in 2000 people is born intersex; these people are usually castrated at birth but their inner biology remains a mix of hormones.

About 1 in 600 males is born with Klinefelter's Syndrome (they have an extra Y chromosome) which can manifest as homosexuality. They often grow breasts, have hips, are more sensitive than other men.

Sometimes people who appear to be men are actually hermaphrodites harboring ovaries; their blood tests will reveal they are more female than male.

Truly it is a spectrum. Women sometimes grow beards, too.