The definition from Merriam-Webster mentions nothing about genes or hormones. It's just a word to say something is gender ambiguous. Here's the definition:
Main Entry: an·drog·y·nous
Etymology: Latin androgynus hermaphrodite, from Greek androgynos, from andr- + gynē woman — more at queen
1: having the characteristics or nature of both male and female
2 a: neither specifically feminine nor masculine b: suitable to or for either sex
3: having traditional male and female roles obscured or reversed
I think most viewers of the photograph are going to pick up on that...so whether you intended to challenge traditional fashion, values, beliefs, practices, etc....you have. My point in responding was to say that recognizing that the photo is gender ambiguous isn't a judgment of anyone.
Anyway, you do good work -- this shot included. I always enjoy your posts. Peace.