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But we are not our genitals, any of us, whether our bodies are ‘right’ or not.
Not just a single variation, it actually encompasses a wide variety of medical conditions involving bodies not considered “standard” for either male or female.
Conditions like congenital adrenal hyperplasia, an endocrine disorder in which the body has too many (or not enough) sex steroids, which can influence the appearance of genitalia.
But one movement intersex advocates are not sure they want to be automatically lumped in with is the gay-rights struggle.
For one thing, that all intersex people are gay is one myth intersex activists hope to dispel.
The surgery has other lifelong impacts, as well—some research has shown that 20 to 30 percent of these surgeries have resulted in a dramatic loss of sexual sensation.“We’re trying to take a lot of the alarm out of it, just by saying to everybody—even people in the medical community—to slow down and not rush to ‘fix’ something right away,” says Green.
“The classic case is for the child to be swooped up and put in neonatal care.
Every day in hospital maternity wards, intersex babies are born to freaked-out parents who’ve never even heard of such a thing, parents in a highly emotional state who are offered the immediate opportunity to surgically alter their child.
Reducing the number of these surgeries is something intersex activists see as fundamental to their cause.“Sometimes the word intersex doesn’t help either,” says Janet, who has counseled confused new parents.
The medical profession came to a consensus about three years ago to get rid of all terms based on the root ‘hermaphrodite’ (including ‘pseudo-hermaphrodite’) because they are stigmatizing and confusing.”But perhaps the No.
1 goal of the intersex-rights movement is literally the right to exist.