After many requests from parents and clinicians, a one page document has been created to help parents gain ideas on how to educate their child about differences. Click here to view and access the document.
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VOICES: Personal Stories from the Pages of NIB is a publication created from the “narrative symposia” — the stories and commentaries published in Narrative Inquiry in Bioethics — that explore current issues in bioethics and health policy. Here is the link to the page with the newest VOICES pdf. We are most grateful for the sponsors who […]
The Rose Of Mamelodi in Uncategorized June 24, 2016 2,555 Words “Oh, I will become what I deserve” – Ben Howard In my my hands I hold the results… For Miss SA 2016! Haha Jokes. I wish. Seriously though, in my hands, right now, I hold the results. My pathology report. After a number of doctor visits, […]
Spirituality & Diversity: Post By Lynnell Stephani Long In a few weeks the AIS-DSD Support Group conference will take place, this year in Denver. I am both excited and nervous. Lately I’ve been going through some sort of spiritual metamorphosis and it’s making me think a lot about not only the people I want in […]
The Humiliating Practice of Sex-Testing Female Athletes For years, international sports organizations have been policing women competitors for “masculine” qualities — and turning their Olympic dreams into nightmares. But when Dutee Chand appealed her ban, she may have changed the rules. By Ruth Padawer, New York Times June 28, 2016 Read more…
April 8th, 2014 Click here to watch past president and professor of sociology at UNLV, Georgiann Davis give her speech, This Girl Has Balls, on TEDx-UNLV. (45:06 in clip) Way to go Georgiann!
By Avinash ChakBBC News 7 December 2015 In the English language, the word “he” is used to refer to males and “she” to refer to females. But some people identify as neither gender, or both – which is why an increasing number of US universities are making it easier for people to […]
COMMENTARY ON SCIENCE AND SOCIETY Updated November 20, 20152:52 PM ET By Barbara J. King In the area of 1 in 2,000 people are born intersex. These individuals may have mixed genitalia, meaning some combination of ovaries and testes. This comes about either because ovarian and testicular tissue grow together in the same organ or […]