Gay Filipino Man Fakes a Pregnancy
Edwin Bayron, shows off a protruding stomach while sitting on his couch in Mindanao, Philippines as he claims to be pregnant. After claiming to be born as a hermaphrodite and falsifying medical records, Bayron was found to be a man. Brief clip of a medical record slip from Bukidnon Hospital. PLEASE NOTE News anchor and reporter image and audio, along with any commercial production excerpts, are for reference purposes only and are not clearable and cannot be used within your project.
1960s TV SHOWS
David Susskind: Do you fellas have any religion of any kind? Do you Ed Do you believe in anything any god Ed Sanders 0:48 I believe that the universe is run by forces which we barely understand and as a physical entity it's something to be revered and as a as a you know, a mystical phenomenon to be experienced in terms in periods of enlightenment and I think you know as you know as a as a religious as a formal religion I don't I don't have any but as as as terms of having incredible respect for the universe. I guess it is religion. David Susskind 1:15 Dr. Larry's said on many occasions that he finds in LSD a mystical experience that he comes closer to the Divinity through the use of LSD if you find that to be true, Ken? Ken Weaver 1:31 I find I found myself personally I found an innocence and with sprinkled with I don't know magical qualities and I suppose you could say that divinity divinity I don't know it's just a word Ed Sanders 1:53 What did God look like, Ken? what does she look like? Ken Weaver 2:01 I don't know. sort of get along it Shazam that's who he is really. Billy Batson buddy. And you're familiar we're familiar with Captain Marvel Comics we're, there's there's a quite often a scene where Billy Batson gets lured down into the subway, tunnel by man in a flop hat and he takes him takes him into a long chamber with statues on each side with greed and avarice and bigotry. And there's all Shazam sitting down at the end. He's really a great looking cat. He's got long white hair and big beard, but that's a comic book God, I don't know. I don't know if they're real. And if there is one looks like that might be hermaphrodite, I suspect it is David Susskind 2:49 Do you pause or perform under the influence of drugs? Does it help you as an artist? Tuli Kupferberg 2:55 Well, it helps me relate to people I get under an under an ecstatic experience. I get very affectionate. And that's always helpful, you know, helps you grow man that's we could use more or affection. David Susskind 3:11 Is marijuana and an affection inducing drug? Ed Sanders 3:14 Yes. Helps you a blip. Tuli Kupferberg 3:18 Yeah, this is this is what this is what people who have opposed drugs like even coffee and tobacco down through the ages, you know, used to be able to be executed for drinking coffee in Turkey. The beginning, and I think you're executed if you don't drink, drink coffee, and smoking to in some of the European countries. I think this is one of the this is one of the accusations that's been thrown against all drugs. I think what drugs do essentially is to break up your patterns. And this can happen without drugs too. Of course, it happened in the blackout. It happened in depression. It happens in wars. Unfortunately, this is one of the attractions of wars. And most people lead lives of quiet desperation. That's what the Rose said others not so quiet. And if whenever you're thrown out of your routine, you can realize how miserable you've been. And you can start, you know, reconstructing the world to a certain extent. Of course, the danger is always to fall back. That's why during the blackout, I wasn't here. But I understand people were very friendly. There was lower crime rate, and it was considered a great experience by many people. David Susskind 4:38 We take a question. Yes, ma'am. Audience Question 4:40 I'd like to know what happens to you when you go outside of the village or outside of macdougal street. You're preaching peace and nonviolent activities. But what kind of harrassment do you face on the part of say local authorities or police in New York or in Podunk or Ed Sanders 4:57 we we don't face very much harassment because like we're Our concern is not really to shock people we don't want to go up to somebody and just completely devastate their brain what we are presenting you know we do sing songs using language that has great strengths and force but we don't we're not instead of just like blitzing somebody so we have we have on a very measured and balanced program we put where we have elements of great social redemption and qualities of you know, really higher qualities and our shows if a person comes to our show only to hear a blip words then that he's the one is at fault. We're not Tuli Kupferberg 5:34 there also people all over the country by now. Ready for to hear what we're seeing. And there's a peak there as a group in between, we'll look around at the performances to see how everyone else is reacting. And if it's okay, they'll start to enjoy it. Audience Question 5:52 You're not bugged like someone like Leary might be or you know, by the police. Tuli Kupferberg 5:57 Well not yet. David Susskind 5:58 they love us sir. Do you have a question? Audience Question 6:01 Why don't you guys come right out and say what you're trying to do which as far as I can guess is to is to educate kids in small fry about about things that perhaps the best ought not know about things like barbiturates and LSD and and oddball sexual practices, that it's going to take a world what seems to be a whole brainwashing thing and hear from you isn't, isn't that really what you're after? Ed Sanders 6:29 And to brainwash people? You can't be you don't want to brainwash if you want to present people with logical alternatives to the behavior patterns. You know, you want to be able to you want to the The issue, of course, is freedom. We have the right to say what we're saying under any circumstance. But we have our primary concern is to say things that offer alternatives and offers actually what we're engaging in the bugs are engaging on block broad philosophical concern called the Zionist marijuana conspiracy, we, we want to we want to engage in spiritual exultation and this guy knows guy he's my Scoutmaster. David Susskind 7:09 Do you object to what they're doing? Because you think they're violating every convention that you hold sacred and important? Audience Question 7:17 I think they're not coming right out and saying what their intent is and I think I think their intent is a far reaching plan to get it the to get it the week still unformed minds of kiddies, Ed Sanders 7:30 well we just want everybody to live in a big polyethylene bag full of Vaseline. That's all we want, if everybody will do that, and well, Tuli Kupferberg 7:35 I think No, I've never denied that I'm a revolutionary I've been a revolutionary longer than I've been a fug because the society needs revolutionary changes. I'm also a pacifist so that makes it easy for me to get beat up quite so hard i don't think.
Deepwater lizardfish
Deepwater lizardfish (Bathysaurus sp.). Members of this genus are typically found at depths below 1,600 metres. They are hermaphroditic, meaning individuals have both female and male sex organs.
HERMAPHRODITE
A 32 YEAR OLD PHILIPPINO MAN HAS GOT DOCTORS BAFFLED. IT SEEMS HE IS SIX MONTHS PREGNANT. THE PREGNANT MAN IS KNOWN ONLY AS CARLO...AND HE WAS BORN WITH BOTH MALE AND FEMALE SEX ORGANS. CARLO SAYS HE'S ALWAYS FELT LIKE A WOMAN. HE MENSTRUATES AND CONDUCTS HIMSELF AS A WOMAN IN EVERY WAY. AND HE'S NOT ALONE. BABIES ARE BORN EVERY DAY WITH THIS BIRTH DEFECT. MARILYN METZEL TELLS US MORE ABOUT HERMAPHRODITES....BUT WE MUST WARN YOU, ALTHOUGH THE PICTURES YOU'RE ABOUT TO SEE ARE CLINICAL, THEY ARE QUITE GRAPHIC.
Case Palmade: the exclusive testimony of its cheese-refiner!
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ISRAEL/POTENT GOAT
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US Space Worms - Worms survive Shuttle crash
TAPE: EF03/0404 IN_TIME: 23:47:19 DURATION: 3:12 SOURCES: NASA TV RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: Florida - 2 May 2003 SHOTLIST: 1. Long shot of hand holding canister 2. Long shot of petri dishes being lifted out of canister 3. SOUNDBITE (English) Fred Ahmay, NASA Researcher: "When that time came we were made aware that they in fact did exist and had been recovered and we got an opportunity to see them and to our amazement they were virtually intact." 4. Mid shot of petri dishes from canisters 5. Mid shot of petri dishes being placed on table 6. Close up of petri dish being placed under microscope lens 7. Various of man looking into microscope 8. Close up of worms 9. SOUNDBITE (English) Fred Ahmay, NASA Researcher: "Initially when we first received the canisters here at the hangar we were first focused on retrieving the autonomous temperature data lockers that we had placed inside which measured temperatures at various time in a role throughout the entire flight. We were concerned that those batteries had died or had leaked and would have hurt the integrity of the lockers so we merely opened up the canisters just enough to get the lockers out and to our amazement we down loaded them normally, still on flat battery power, and obtained some valuable temperature data from that. Then the following Monday which was last Monday whit our principal investigators present here at Kennedy we continued to open the brick 60 canisters. We retrieved the petri dishes which were the containment for the (inert gas) argon in which the worms lived. We were again amazed that every petri dish, still contained argon. We started to look at them under a microscope and immediately discovered we actually had live animals survive to the point that we got them." 10. Close up of box being opened 11. Close up of contents of canisters being lifted up 12. Close up of petri being placed under microscope lens 13. Close up of worms STORYLINE: Hundreds of worms from a science experiment aboard the space shuttle Columbia have been found alive in the wreckage, NASA said on Wednesday. The tiny worms, individuals of a species known as C. elegans, were found in debris in Texas several weeks ago. Technicians sorting through the debris at Kennedy Space Center in Florida didn't open the containers of worms and dead moss cells until this week. All seven astronauts were killed when the shuttle disintegrated over Texas on 1 February. Columbia contained almost 60 scientific investigations. The worms and moss were in the same nine pound (four kilogram) locker in the mid-deck of the space shuttle. The worms were placed in six canisters, each holding eight petri dishes. The worms, which are about the size of the tip of a pencil, were part of an experiment testing a new synthetic nutrient solution. The worms, which have a life cycle of between seven and 10 days, were four or five generations removed from the original worms placed on Columbia in January. The C. elegans are primitive organisms that share many biological characteristics of humans. In 1999, C. elegans became the first multicellular organism to have the sequencing of its genome completed. C. elegans have two sexes: males and hermaphrodites, which are females that produce sperm. A hermaphrodite worm can self-fertilize for the first 300 or so eggs but later usually prefers to accept sperm from males to produce a larger number of offspring. The experiment was put together by researchers at the NASA Ames Research Center in California. The moss, known as Ceratodon, was used to study how gravity affects cell organization. During Columbia's flight, shuttle commander Rick Husband sprayed the moss with a chemical that destroyed protein fiber. He also sprayed the moss with formaldehyde to preserve it. Seven of the eight aluminum canisters holding the moss were recovered. The experiment was put together by an Ames Research Center researcher and Doctor Fred Sack at Ohio State University.
South Africa Semenya 4 - IAAF refuses comment on gender test on runner, file, hometown reax
NAME: SAF SEMENYA 4 20090911I TAPE: EF09/0862 IN_TIME: 11:07:10:08 DURATION: 00:03:40:20 SOURCES: AP TELEVISION/AP Photos DATELINE: Various, 11 Sept 200/File RESTRICTIONS: See Shotlist SHOTLIST: AP Photos - No access Canada/for broadcast use only - Strictly no access online or mobile FILE: Berlin, Germany - August 19, 2009 1. STILL - Caster Semenya leading on the way to winning the final of the women's 800 metres at the World Athletics Championships 2. STILL - Semenya celebrating her victory 3. STILL - Semenya holding South African flag following her win AP TELEVISION Pretoria, South Africa - September 11, 2009 4. Various of South African magazine "You" featuring photos of Semenya dressed in feminine clothes 5. Mid of South African Sports Minister Makhenkesi Stofile at news conference at Sports Ministry 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Makhenkesi Stofile, South African Sports Minister: "In my view, as stated on the 19th, this is a girl. And subsequently, everybody now agrees she is a girl. The new issue which is cropping up now is what percentage of girlhood does she have? I don't know if we were subjected to those percentage tests, how many of us would be successful." (audience laughing) 7. Cutaway media 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Makhenkesi Stofile, South African Sports Minister: "At one level, she says: 'I don't care what they say. I am who I am.' I think she is very strong as a young person to get to those kind of conclusions. Another child might have done something very serious and very bad on hearing these things said about her in the public the way it is being done. Maybe we would all be in mourning now, with the young Mokgadi having even committed suicide or something like that. It can be as bad as that." 9. Mid of Stofile at during news conference AP TELEVISION Pretoria, South Africa - September 11, 2009 10. Wide of newspapers with Caster Semenya stories on front pages 11. Photograph of Semenya on front page of paper with headline reading: (English) "Maybe not 100 percent" 12. South Africa's Star newspaper headline reading: (English) "Outrage at Caster tests" AP TELEVISION Masehlong, Limpopo province, South Africa - September 11, 2009 13. Wide of street, donkey cart passing schoolchildren 14. Various of children working in a garden 15. Wide of street, schoolchildren from high school attended by Semenya 16. SOUNBITE (local dialect) Mapule Pahno, Masehlong resident: ''They are making her lose her confidence with the things that they are saying about her because we know her as a woman.'' 17. Neighbour of Caster Semenya's grandmother 18. SOUNDBITE (English) Erina Langa, Masehlong resident: "She's too tough. She didn't feel discouraged about that, she was looking forward to get what she wanted and that is what she is. She's like her grandmother, she's a tough lady. Anything that she wants she can do it and if she wanted to do anything she can do it. She doesn't depend on other persons, she trusts herself." AP TELEVISION FILE: Pretoria, South Africa - 25 August 2009 19. Crowd gathered around bus during parade for South African athletes returning from the World Athletics Championships 20. Semenya leaning over side of bus and holding her gold medal 21. Wide of Semenya supporter holding poster reading "You are our hero Semenya by Pretoria" 22. Semenya entering room with South African President Jacob Zuma followed by other South African medallists 23. Wide shot media 24. South African athletes seated while Zuma speaks 25. Semenya seated next to another athlete STORYLINE: Reports on Friday that gender testing on South Africa's running sensation has determined she has hidden male sexual organs triggered outrage and dealt a blow to her family, who may have been unaware of the reported condition. And, foremost, there is worry about how the 18-year-old will handle all this. Newspaper reports from Australia said testing determined Caster Semenya has internal testes, meaning the runner herself may have been unaware of such a condition. The International Association of Athletics Federations, which ordered the testing, refused to confirm or deny the reports in the Sydney Daily Telegraph and the Sydney Morning Herald that Semenya is a hermaphrodite with no ovaries and internal testes that produce large amounts of testosterone. The IAAF said it is reviewing the test results on the runner and will not issue a final decision until November. South African Sports Minister Makhenkesi Stofile held a press conference Friday to express his horror at the handling of the whole affair. He insisted Caster is female and said that her "human rights have been violated and her privacy invaded". Stofile said that with the world being told that she is a hermaphrodite, another youngster might be driven to commit suicide, adding: "It can be as bad as that." Semenya, who has a low voice and whose body ripples with muscles, dropped out of sight Friday and was not expected to appear at a race in Pretoria over the weekend, as had been planned. She has told reporters she is happy the way she is and seemed to take the controversy in stride when she appeared on the cover of a South African magazine earlier this week wearing makeup, gold jewellery and a dress, foregoing the pants she normally wore. Semenya's father, Jacob, expressed anger when contacted by The Associated Press on Friday, saying people who insinuate his daughter is not a woman "are sick. They are crazy." He said he had not been told anything by the IAAF or Athletics South Africa, the local governing body. South African President Jacob Zuma condemned the media, saying they had exploited Semenya, who won the women's world 800-metre race in Berlin. Residents of Semenya's home village of Masehlong in northern Limpopo province shared their president's outrage. ''They are making her lose her confidence with the things that they are saying about her because we know her as a woman," one resident said. At a news conference in Greece on Friday, IAAF general secretary Pierre Weiss, IAAF vice president Sergei Bubka and other association officials refused to comment and instead distributed a written statement to reporters. "We would like to emphasise that these should not be considered as official statements by the IAAF," the statement said. "We can officially confirm that gender verification test results will be examined by a group of medical experts." The IAAF has said Semenya probably would keep her medal because the case was not related to a doping matter. After dominating her race at the world championships in Berlin last month, Semenya underwent blood and chromosome tests, as well as a gynaecological examination. South Africans have rallied behind Semenya, who returned home to a hero's welcome including an official reception hosted by Zuma. Proving one's gender isn't always easy. Aside from the obvious physical signs, chromosomes usually determine whether a person is male or female. Males are born with XY chromosomes while females have two X chromosomes. There are people who may have the physical characteristics of both genders, a chromosomal disorder, or simply have ambiguous features.
CHILD BORN WITH BOTH SEXES OPERATION FOLLOW (1994)
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Flatworm, microscopy
Flatworm, microscopy. Type Plathelminthes. The worm mimics Nudibranchia for protection against predators and has a bright green color
Pathe
Athlete Stella Walsh does stretching exercises
Eat oysters, smoke oysters, sniff oysters
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Athlete Stella Walsh interview and athletic demonstration
The hermaphrodite
FR3 / France 3
SEX CHANGE BABY / BABY BORN WITH BOTH GENITALS (1994)
A RUSSIAN BABY WAS BORN A HERMAPHRODITE...HAVING SEX ORGANS OF BOTH GENDERS. MINNESOTA DOCTORS PERFORMED SURGERY TO MAKE THE BABY A GIRL. RELATIVES OF THE FAMILY HAVE SHUNNED THE PARENTS FOR HAVING THE SURGERY DONE. THE SURGEON WHO PERFORMED THE SURGERY SAID THE CHOICE OF HER GENDER WAS A TOUGH DECISION SINCE IT WILL EFFECT HER FOR THE REST OF HER LIFE.
Convolutidae acoela worm, microscopy
Acoela worm of the Convolutidae family, microscopy. Type Xenacoelomorpha. They have a symbiotic relationship with algae. Sample found in the Red Sea.
Sony Chan Chronicle: Adelaide, my hermaphroditic daughter
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Turbellaria worm, microscopy
Turbellaria worm, microscopy. Order Polycladida. Possibly family Planoceridae. Sample found in the Red Sea.
Controversy over school textbooks
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Turbellaria flatworm, microscopy
Flatworm, microscopy. Turbellaria class. Order Polycladida. Sample found in the Atlantic Ocean
Convolutidae acoela worm, microscopy
Acoela worm, microscopy. Family Convolutidae. Type Xenacoelomorpha. They inhabit worldwide in marine and brackish waters arund the world. Sample found in the Red Sea.
Sexual orientation is now taught in school, it is controversial
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