A child who is in an intersexual state is classified in one of three categories: 1) true hermaphrodite – an infant born with both ovaries and testicles and has both male and female sex organs.
2) female pseudohermaphrodite – a genetic female with male external sex organs.
In times past, doctors would perform surgeries without first testing the infant to find out its true sex, and the child would sometimes grow up very obviously a man, with female genitalia.
It can also be caused by a condition called congenital adrenal hyperplasia, which is a disease that blocks the baby's metabolism.
It is not as uncommon as we might think; about 1 in every 2,000 newborns is born in an intersexual state.
Babies are not born with physical disorders to punish their parents in any way.
Although God created the earth perfectly, it soon brought destruction upon itself with the onset of human sin (Romans ).
If the baby is male, he begins to produce testosterone, and if the hormone reaches the tissues correctly, the external genitals become a scrotum and penis.