The Great Gatsby

what is significant about myrtle's questioning wheather the dog is a boy or girl in the great gatsby

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The mere conversation about sex or gender is too much for Myrtle. She finds it too delicate an issue for her virgin ears. Ironically she is having an illicit sexual relationship with Tom which doesn't seem to disturb her too much.