Thursday, December 25, 2008

Against the Grain

Newborns with atypical genitalia are more common than you might think. Should having an intersex condition be considered a medical problem? What role do social factors play in determining gender? In a new book Katrina Karkazis explores the many debates affecting how intersexuality is viewed, treated and experienced.

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