If an androginus (person possessing both sex organs) or tumtum (person of unspecific gender) is punished by beis din for a capital case and then hung, how is the body displayed? Like a man (naked but genitals covered in front and facing the people) or a woman (naked but genitals covered and front and back and not facing the people) or entirely differently?
Halacha is clear that both androginus and tumtum are limited by rules for both men and women. (E.g. Just like a man cannot marry a man, so too, androginus and tumtum cannot marry a man. Just like a woman cannot marry a woman, so too, androginus and tumtum cannot marry a woman.) Therefore, in this case, both would treated like a woman; a woman's back may not be uncovered, and she may not be hung.