In recent publications Alain Connes  and John Barrett  proposed to change the KO-dimension of the internal space of the standard model in its noncommutative representation  from zero to six. This apparently minor modification allowed to resolve the fermion doubling problem , and the introduction of Majorana mass terms for the right-handed neutrino. The price which had to be paid was that at least the orientability axiom of noncommutative geometry [5,6] may not be obeyed by the underlying geometry. In this publication we review three internal geometries, all three failing to meet the orientability axiom of noncommutative geometry. They will serve as examples to illustrate the nature of this lack of orientability. We will present an extension of the minimal standard model found in  by a right-handed neutrino, where only the sub-representation associated to this neutrino is not orientable.