Good news for new parents in Germany: You can paint the new baby’s room pink, blue or a totally neutral beige. As of Nov. 1, Germany becomes the first European country to let parents assign their baby a “third gender” on its birth certificate if the infant’s sex cannot be clearly identified. A court decision led to the change, finding that if a person “deeply feels” they belong to a certain gender, they should be able to choose how to identify themselves. The law is intended to help intersexuals, also known as hermaphrodites, who are people born with both male and female physical attributes
In the case of hermaphrodites, “to be determined” is pretty much valid. JMHO. What do you think?