This week’s guest blog is from the lovely Jennifer Milligan, a woman with Turners Syndrome. I’ve been lucky enough to share her perspective before about the importance of understanding women with Turners Syndrome as women. You can fine that excellent post here. This week she is tackling the issue of healthcare for people with DSDs. […]
Guest post by a parent of a child with mixed gonadal dysgenesis. The ultrasound. And with it, the excitement of being able to discover the sex of your growing baby far sooner than earlier generations. A modern rite of passage along the pathway of prospective parenthood. Perhaps that excitement fraudulently obscured the reality that would […]
This week’s DSDvoices is from the parent of a child with mixed gonadal dysgenesis, one of the most rare and complex intersex conditions. I think it’s probably one of the most important stories I have ever shared. As I often say, no one expects an intersex baby. Sharing the stories and perspectives of parents who […]
So, I’ve just had a reply from Twitter through the Better Business Bureau. Here we go… Interestingly, they have changed their story about the multiple accounts. It’s difficult to claim that, isn’t it, once you’ve actually checked which accounts belong to a person and which do not. So, I guess we’ll never know which other […]
I’ve been asked to comment on intersex inclusion in the LGBT+ umbrella, so here goes… I’m going to say off the bat, I don’t really understand it on a personal level. I’m a straight woman who does not have gender identity issues. I’ve struggled with understanding my body in the past and how being unable […]
I can’t help but feel that, without reliable data and research on the inclusion of DSD women in women’s sport, Caster has become an unwilling pawn for both sides here, and in the end, no one has won.