I found this tweet courtesy of a post at MeWe. Clickit to biggit.
If you want to dial up your schadenfreude, click over to the thread and read the replies. Some are side-splittingly funny.
What scrolls my nurd is that the Reddit poster is clearly absolutely serious. Perhaps he/she/it doesn't even understand that one's chromosomes are fixed, unalterable - in which case his/her/its education was abominably neglectful of biological facts. Even worse, he/she/it is openly asking whether a DNA analysis service is willing to falsify its results for the sake of political correctness. Why would anyone in their right minds want falsified results that might lead to inappropriate medical treatment for a serious illness? Some are sex-dependent. You can't get (or be treated for) prostate cancer if you don't have a prostate, or cervical cancer if you don't have a cervix. What happens when a test on someone who not only identifies as female, but presents a genetic report appearing to confirm that it's female, produces results suggestive of prostate cancer? One has visions of medical technicians' minds exploding!
Verily, the mind doth boggle . . .