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Comment ID #80457

Guess which of Garb's gaybies I fell in love with???

Don't know their gender, but headcanon, they hate being called cute (even tho they are~)

Thank you for bringing this precious child into the world, Garb. @-@

Yaschiri 11 months ago.

Comment ID #80458

His mannerisms are strikingly reminiscent of Lucy...
Also he looks like a guy to me. Probability-wise you would have a 50% chance of XY, and 25% for both XX and YY, so having him as a guy would be the most likely. Just throwing out random "gaby" facts.

Shade 11 months ago.

Comment ID #80459

@Shade: Cool beans, more concerned about gender tho and not sex! Thanks for the probabilities tho. :3c

Yaschiri 11 months ago.

Comment ID #80461

Cool drawing.

SCD 11 months ago.

Comment ID #80463

<3 <3 <3

TravelPastel 11 months ago.

Comment ID #80464

@SCD: Thank. U8
@TravelPastel: ♡♡♡♡♡

Yaschiri 11 months ago.

Comment ID #80465

@Shade it is physically impossible to have a YY child. XX is female and XY is male, and in typical het situations the chances of either are 50-50.

momomomone 11 months ago.

Comment ID #80466

@momomomone: Conception of a YY is not necessarily impossible. It depends on how the child is conceived. I was using the normal punett square model, making the assumption that, in this case, the method they use can turn a male's sperm (or whatever else) into an egg. Said egg, unless specifically made with the X chromosome, would have a 50% chance of having the Y chromosome. It is theoretically possible to conceive a YY child, but whether it is able to survive or not remains to be seen because we have never seen or attempted to create anything with YY.

If technology allows this to happen, then there will probably(read definitely) be a control on the ovum's chromosome(for ethic's sake). Then the chances are 50-50 for both male and female. I was just trying to treat this as if it were a normal conception where the two could somehow naturally procreate. I am aware that it is normally impossible for YY to even be so much as an option, but as of right now so is two males reproducing with themselves sexually.

Shade 11 months ago.

Comment ID #80468

@Shade I think it's a variation of Intersex.

kamimatsu 11 months ago.

Comment ID #80471

WHO CARES THIS IS A CUTE BABY AND A CUTE DRAWING, NEXT

kit 11 months ago.

Comment ID #80473

@kit aaaaaa thank you very m u c h. ♡♡♡♡ /////

Yaschiri 11 months ago.

Comment ID #80475

IM CHOKING OMG LOOK AT THE TSUNDERE BABY

also its a boy lmao

garb 11 months ago.

Comment ID #80476

@Garb: Bless. Thank you for the clarification.
Also, yeyeyeye, I'm glad you like. ; ^; ♡♡♡

Yaschiri 11 months ago.

Comment ID #80484

It won't happen. YY will not happen. There is too much important information on that chromosome for a baby to survive. If two sperm were to be used to create a child, one X and one Y would be used to create a male.

momomomone 11 months ago.

Comment ID #80504

If you guys are gonna debate genetics on my post, could you at least throw me a bone and favorite it? >.>

Yaschiri 11 months ago.