VK -- I'm sure your "Y" is where it ought to be.
Wow, such certainty!
A big part of the problem is that over the years, fems have been telling us, all of us, all of the world, that many of the domains of human experience that we all have are not in fact human experiences, but feminine experiences.
Like nurturing. And sensitivity. And the desire for human contact and sharing of emotions and experiences. So we've bought it wholesale, and exchanged our human experience, our warmth, our humanity itself, for a black lie.
In Hawai`i, the men (and women) wear flowers in their hair. There are differences between men and women (as groups), but none so big that any given individual, in any given individual emotional or mental trait, might share more with the "average" of the opposite sex than whatever is expected of their own. That's fine, that's nature and natural variance.
So whatever it is that makes you question the particular placement of your Y chromosome, be sure of this before you wonder about your anatomy... Are you worried that a HUMAN trait that you have might be a FEMININE trait?
The short (and long) answer is -- "no". There is no grand emotional experience or mental state that is exclusive to women (or men) -- men are actually MORE emotional (as a group) than women (according to studies), but in the end, I firmly believe that the deepest part of our experience of life as human beings is a shared one.