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I have tried a new approach : I have simply blanked the English description quoted above ("MUST BE ONE OF: male (Q44148), female (Q43445), or intersex (Q1097630)") which does not seem to be consensual. If so, we'd need to label this to make sure this is sex for humans, not in general (which is a pity). (talk) , 6 February 2013 (UTC) Yes, that was what we originally intended to do, but apparently some/lots of languages don't have the concept of male-ness translated properly as a thing independent of human-ness, so we can't do that. (talk) , 6 February 2013 (UTC)Since this is going to be an issue very much complicated by language, might I suggest that either a) two custom items be created that return the desired values (titles) that are most appropriate for each language, with no wikilinks, or b) ultimately the data type for sex/gender not be "Item".I am not aware if properties will ever have constraints, but obviously this one needs a hard constraint in software or otherwise.
Some will be true hermaphrodites, producing both eggs and sperm.
This causes their voices to deepen and the development of a penis.
Essentially, the development that should have taken place in the womb with these children happens around 12 years later.
I am trying to see how to circumvent this, but obviously the requirement to use either Q44148 or Q43445 or Q1097630, probably well adapted to English language, is a non-sense in some other languages. It seems that we can - I mean there is no software constraint that forbids us to do that, it is possible that we should not - don't know.
Touriste (talk) , 5 February 2013 (UTC)In german it works after renaming "Männliches Geschlecht" in "männlich" - this seems no problem, so it should be solved here. I tried to modify the item Marie Curie a few minutes ago (I replaced Q43445 by Q467 ) and it worked :  . Since then I asked the Village Pump in French and received the confirmation that any item can be inserted as a value of any property.He said: 'I remember I used to wear a little red dress. All babies in the womb, whether male or female, have internal glands known as gonads and a small bump between their legs called a tubercle.