Virgin birth = no sexes. And as for Mary age, I have gave up on that one. A female can't get another female pregnant. Mary got pregnant in more of a asexual way. Just read copy and paste the links or read what I have posted.
"There is no Scriptural reasoning for believing that the angel Gabriel was speaking to Mary in a language other than that which she was used to, that being Hebrew or Aramaic. In both of these languages the word for Spirit (i.e., Ghost) is feminine. In Genesis 1:2, where it reads, "the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters," both the noun, Spirit (ruah), and the verb, moved (merachaphot), are feminine in the Hebrew. This is common knowledge, especially among the Jews. Therefore, when the angel Gabriel told Mary (in her native tongue) that she would be approached by the Holy Spirit (Ghost), she must have understood that she would be graced by the Presence of a divine, feminine Being who would, by the miraculous power of the Highest, cause her to be with child. There was no thought in her mind that the Holy Spirit was masculine, for that thought was not portrayed in the Hebrew Scriptures, nor in their languages, nor in their extra-Biblical writings where the Holy Spirit was also clearly portrayed as feminine. The femininity of the Holy Spirit was well-established in the thinking of the Jews in Mary's day, so she must have understood the words of Gabriel to be prophesying of the coming of a great event which was to be performed by the Holy Spirit; a virgin conceiving by a miracle of God, without anyone, human or divine, literally knowing her.
The angel said that it was the power of the Highest that was to cause her to conceive. Gabriel said to her, "And, behold, thou shalt conceive in thy womb, and bring forth a son, and shalt call his name Jesus." Luke 1:31.
Please make careful note of the fact that there is not a word from the angel that there was to be something outside of her that was to be placed within her. There was no divine seed or egg implanted in her at the conception. Jesus did not become a sperm or an egg which was put into Mary's womb. It was upon her own body, her own seed that a miracle took place the miraculous conception of the humanity of Jesus.
This text could not be any clearer in portraying the fact that Mary herself conceived, of her own seed a son, and that this conception took place in her womb. Though Christ was to be made of "the seed of Abraham" (Hebrews 2:16) according to the flesh, His existence as the first begotten (first born the feminine is indicated in the Greek, Hebrews 1:6, 12:23) is not to be reckoned only from the birth of His humanity by Mary, for He was the Only begotten Son of God (John 1:14, 18, 3:16, 18; Hebrews 11:17; 1 John 4:9) when He created all things (Colossians 1:15-19). His begotten (inherited Hebrews 1:4, Psalms 2:7) Son relationship with His Father existed before He created anything, while His new relationship as the Son of man who is also the Son of God, began at Mary's conception by "the power of the Highest." It cannot be said that He is the "first born of every creature" (Colossians 1:15), if He was not first born that is, He was born before He created anything that gives birth. When He came into this world He gave up His divine form and glory to take upon Himself humanity, and thereby combined the two natures (see Philippians 2:6,7, and Hebrews 2:9-18).