“…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.
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.
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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