(1) The androgynos is in some ways like men, and in other ways like women. In other ways they are like men and women, and in others they are like neither men nor women.
(2) In what ways are they like men? They cause impurity with white discharge, like men; They are bound by yibbum, like men; They dress and cut their hair like men. They marry, but are not married, like men. And they are obligated in all the commandments spoken of in the Torah, like men.
(3) And in what ways are they like women? They cause impurity with red discharge, like women; And they cannot be alone with men, like women; And they do not trangress the prohibitions of "do not round [the corners of your head] or destroy the corners of your beard." (Lev. 19:27), like women. And they are invalidated from giving testimony, like women, and they are ineligible for the Priesthood.
(4) In what ways are they like both men and women? One who strikes them or curses him is liable, as in the case of men and women; One who unwittingly kills them must go into exile - and if on purpose, then receives the death penalty, as in the case of men and women. They may eat the holy things that are eaten outside of the Temple; And they may inherit any inheritance, as in the case of men and women.
(5) And in what are they different from both men and women? They cannot be evaluated, as men or women are.
Rabbi Meir says: the androgynous is a unique creation, and the sages could not decide about them, whether they were men or women. But this is not so with a tumtum, for sometimes one is a man and sometimes one is a woman.