Stitch with @pointlessthorns: "'Jesus had no human father. Without a human father, he wouldn't have inherited a Y-chromosome. Therefore, Jesus was a female.' All right, listen: you're conclusion is false because premise two is false. Even when there exists a male father and a female mother, the baby can still be born as a female."
"You don't actually understand premise two. I didn't say that a female could only be born in the absence of a human father; I said that only a female could be born in the absence of a human father. And I know those sound the same, but they are, in fact, not, because in the absence of a human father to inherit a Y-chromosome from, the baby cannot be born male. Not even De La Chapelle Syndrome male, which still requires the SRY gene from a human father's Y-chromosome. Now, I have not yet watched your eight-minute YouTube video, but I do appreciate the time and effort you dedicated to creating it, and encourage anyone interested to go and check it out."