The Issue With Issue Books by I.W. Gregorio

“…even *medical professionals* don’t understand what intersex is.”
At the risk of sounding ignorant – why would it be important for a medical professional to understand what intersex is? Is it a biological or anatomical matter, or is it something more intangible, more the realm of a psychologist?
Honest question; I would like to learn more.

Nerdy Book Club

When I was a kid, I read for ALL the reasons. I read to escape, to travel to places real and imagined that were far beyond the insular Central New York town I lived in. I read to be entertained, and to laugh at the jokes and hijinks of characters who were far more daring and witty than painfully shy, teenage me. I read to find friends who would share their most intimate secrets with me, and to feel the tingling in my toes when I read a heart-stopping romance.


Portrait of the author as a young nerd Portrait of the author as a young nerd


Since this is the Nerdy Book Club, however, I can make a singularly unsexy confession that I never would’ve admitted when I was a teenager: I also read to learn. Some of my absolute favorite books growing up were assigned: To Kill A Mockingbird is the no-brainer example for so…

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3 thoughts on “The Issue With Issue Books by I.W. Gregorio

  1. *smart- ass alert*

    “Intersex, in humans and other animals, is a variation in sex characteristics including chromosomes, gonads, or genitals that do not allow an individual to be distinctly identified as male or female. Such variation may involve genital ambiguity, and combinations of chromosomal genotype and sexual phenotype other than XY-male and XX-female.” (trusted reference: wikipedia)

    It is clearly a medical problem.

    *smart-ass over*


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