7 thoughts on “It's a physical condition

  1. Reblogged this on Burning Ax and commented:
    Someone explain to me why it is someone can not identify as intersexed if they are not in fact intersexed, but can identify as the opposite sex when they aren’t.

  2. Intersex is a series of physical variations in primary sex characteristics, not something you can decide to identify as. That “therapist” should lose their license.

    1. More off topic: Super interview, great explanation of the rise of queer theory. I’d like to hear Sheila Jeffreys’ take on biological women beating each other up in MMA.

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