Hey Mister, You Used to Be Female

By: Daniel Villarreal

Every male, no matter how butch or feminine, was at one time a female.

Don't believe us? Check out ASAP Science's explanation below.

For the first five to six weeks in the womb, every fetus is more or less female because the Y chromosome has yet to work its masculine magic.

And a little something called the SRY gene helped determine which of us got breasts and clitoris and which of us got pecs and penises.

So the next time you're feeling a little feminine, just remember you were a little feminine for at least a month and a half at the start of your life.