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Dear anonymous--Thank you for joining the discussion and sharing your personal experience of being intersex and some of the details of your struggles with gender identity in the comments here.
I really appreciate you taking the time to add a personal context to the findings of this study with myself and other PT readers in the comments here.
Building on what you said in your comment, I was reminded of a TED lecture by Alice Dreger titled "Is Anatomy Destiny?" In her observation, it's often a fuzzy line between male and female...among other anatomical distinctions.
Here's the link for anyone who's interested: http://www.ted.com/talks/alice_dreger_is_anatomy_destiny.html
Thank you again for the personal insights on this issue anonymous!
Have a great night,
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