She argues that the body is gendered to the level of the cell. This gendering of the body is a reflection of how men and women are perceived in society: active, productive, fearless sperm/men, less active, less productive, less challenging ovum/women. 91 women per hour get pregnant in canada. If the testosterone from every man in the world was weighed, it would only be 80 lbs. When we are 4 days old we are made of 100 cells. If this dna was stretched out, it would measure 1 city block. The y chromosome is much smaller and takes longer to become expressed than the x chromosome: that s why men have nipples. Arms, legs, face, organs, muscles all develop, heart begins beating. Immunization of children is now relatively standard for newborns. Yet, some parents refuse immunization why: side-effects of vaccines, poor information provided by physician, religious reasons.