Is this a curse? In this village, the gender of girls changes as soon as they turn 12, even scientists are unable to answer – न्यूज़लीड India

Is this a curse? In this village, the gender of girls changes as soon as they turn 12, even scientists are unable to answer


Mysterious ‘village’ of the world

There is no doubt that the world is full of mysteries. Now take this village itself, where research is being done for the last many years that how girls here become boys, but nothing is being known. The name of this village is La Selinas, which is a small village situated inside the country of Dominican Republic, whose population is only 6 thousand.

Gender changes after 12 years

Gender changes after 12 years

The most surprising and shocking thing about La Salinas village is the girls who live here, whose gender changes after 12 years and they become boys. According to media reports, some girls in the village girls change like boys by the time they turn 12. In such a situation, the people of the village are also very worried about girls becoming boys. For this reason people also consider this village as cursed village.

Know what the doctors have to say?

Know what the doctors have to say?

If a daughter is born inside a house inside the village, then mourning spreads in that family, because after turning 12, that girl changes like a boy. That is why the people of the village do not want daughters. Researchers from all over the world came to find out this ‘disease’ of girl child sex change, but with no success. According to doctors, it is a ‘genetic disorder’, which is called ‘pseudohormaphrodite’.

turns sex, girl becomes boy

turns sex, girl becomes boy

Such boys formed from girls in the village are called ‘Guedoche’. Which means eunuch. Parts of a girl born due to ‘pseudohermaphrodite’ slowly start changing into male. A thin voice becomes heavy. According to media reports, one out of 90 children of the village is suffering from this strange disease. However, many researchers are still engaged in the investigation of this disease, so that such cases can be prevented.

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