I was born in 1967, and assigned a female at birth and on my birth certificate. My medical career as a patient, started at three years old. It was after they realized they had a boy on their hands, that was not allowed to be a boy. Back then, they called me “perceptionaly handicapped”, and…… Continue reading How I was medically, and psychiatrically violated as an intersex person.
A letter I shared on: Mx. Anunnaki Ray, Gender/Intersex Activist Facebook Page: Sending a note, to simply say thank you again, for listening, and sharing this page. It is sometimes hard for people to hear about a culture different than their own, especially when daily the news can be so depressing and unimaginable. I have…… Continue reading Adding the “I” responsibly to LGBT
God-incidence or Serendipity? What ever you call it, it felt like a miracle. I was finally coming to terms with who I was as a human being. This was after having a life time of not feeling real, and being thrown away by many doctors, therapist and psychiatrists, who had tried to ‘fix me’. …… Continue reading The two of us, born intersex and named ‘Antoinette’ at our birth.
Dear World, With as much sincerity that I can prove to you, In 2017, I will continue my work in trying to change culture, educate this world about gender and intersex, and make intersex awareness. For 2017, and with the United Nations, I move forward. I wanted to write a new poem for 2017, but…… Continue reading My New Year Resolution for 2017
I was born with intersex variations, here is my autobiography. My body does not comply to the rules that would put me into either the biological male box, or the biological female box. So at my birth, and during my life, and up until the emancipation of my true gender, I was forced, mostly…… Continue reading My thoughts about the Third Gender Box and Gender X