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The quest to be one

Am I a he? Am I a she? Oliver Roberts speaks to three South Africans about the torment of achieving identity when you are both male and female.

intersex’s simple twist of life

“I had problems not knowing where I belong – with males or females, being spoken about and stigmatised at school and in society. I also had medical problems. Even though I was raised as a girl, I had this strong feeling that I am a male.”

Disorder of Sex Development (DSD) Guidelines

If you’ve just found out your child has some kind of disorder of sex development (called a DSD for short), you may be feeling confused and stressed.

Engender - Intersex articles by Sally Gross

Sally was born intersexed, classified male at birth, and reclassified female at the age of 40. She holds a Masters degree from Oxford University, where she served as a Roman Catholic priest. Sally is an Elder of the regional Society of Friends (Quakers), and expert on diverse spiritualities (including Judaism and Buddhism).For further information on intersexuality in Africa:

Intersex Society of North America (ISNA)

ISNA is devoted to systemic change to end shame, secrecy, and unwanted genital surgeries for people born with an anatomy that someone decided is not standard for male or female.

Organisation Intersex International

The Network is composed of competent people in various fields of intersex (CAH, intergender issues, hypospadias, Turner Syndrome, XXY, AIS,…), of a psychologist and resource personnel trained in counselling and in assisting those who are in transition or a « self affirmation process», as well as presenters and workshop facilitators.

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