Intersexion

Intersexion
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Andy

Follow the money. Before surgical sex change, the stats were very low. Then someone came and made it very vague and included those in the pseudomorphism as trans, just to sell more surgeries and now there is a whole industry even covered by public health insurance.
There documented ...Read more

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Terri

Were you brought up on a Troll Farm? ;-)

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Andy

In fact, I am an International student from Italy and we are pushing back against the PROPAGANDA.
We Italians know Propaganda.

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Loretta

Beautiful and insightful

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R

Comprehensive, sad, and ultimately hopeful and inspiring. A great illustration of the misguidedness of the medical community's dichotomous and arrogant thinking. Based on the terribly limited and arrogant work of a self-promoting MD, ironically named, "Money." Highly informative and ...Read more

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Sofia

So much courage... I absolutely love it!

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Carmen Coppola

Fantastic. This film is the most comprehensive piece I have found that explains intersex to people who have never come across the term before. I knew about intersexuality prior to watching this film, but I will admit that I learned a fair bit about intersexuality.

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John

I was aware of Mani Bruce Mitchell long before I met her. S/he lived in the same suburb as me and was someone who shopped in the same supermarket. Some years later and by then living in a different city, while researching a television series about secrets, I came across her name. However it ...Read more

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Anonymous

Beautiful, touching, and very frank.

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Anonymous

Very thought-provoking. It has stuck with me over the past number of days. It makes me question my own assumptions and look at people more openly.

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