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Trans-genderism In Mythological Creatures
 
# 1 : Sunday 4-4-2021 @ 16:07
 
 
The Easter Bunny is often gendered as "he", but surely the egg-laying suggest a female anatomy.

Likewise Jesus must be born without a Y chromosome, if no man was involved in fathering them.

Any other examples of striking mythological questionable genders?

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# 2 : Sunday 4-4-2021 @ 16:15
 
 
Someone said :
The Easter Bunny is often gendered as "he", but surely the egg-laying suggest a female anatomy.

No to be picky here but female rabbits don't lay eggs either, I'm pretty sure the Easter bunny is just the delivery system, I don't think the prevalent lie was that he actually sat there squeezing them out of his ass
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# 3 : Sunday 4-4-2021 @ 19:21
 
 
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# 4 : Sunday 4-4-2021 @ 21:47
 
 
An Egyptian Sphinx is male, a Greek one is female.
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# 5 : Monday 5-4-2021 @ 08:35
 
 
Someone said :

No to be picky here but female rabbits don't lay eggs either, I'm pretty sure the Easter bunny is just the delivery system, I don't think the prevalent lie was that he actually sat there squeezing them out of his ass

* spits chocolate mini egg onto screen *
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