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“Intersex and Happy” Interview in Psychology Today

“Intersex and Happy” Interview in Psychology Today

“I define gender as… a unique, non-audible song that all humans sing. We can try to imitate the most accepted, popular songs but we can never exactly duplicate them so in the end each song, like our fingerprints, is an original: our ‘genderprint’.” — Hida Viloria, in Psychology Today

LOVE my interview, “Born Both: Intersex and Happy,” in Psychology Today. Big thanks to author Ariel Gore​ for doing it, and Psychology Today​ for running it! Please share, especially with parents of intersex children and/or stakeholders in intersex education and health care, to foster love and acceptance. <3    

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Interesting fact: At approx. 1.7% of the population, Intersex people are as common as red-heads. “Everyone’s met an intersex person, you just may not know you have.”