How the government and I define my existence: My Biological Sex: Intersex My Legal Sex: Intersex. As proven with medical documentation after going to Florida Court to prove I was born intersex, and now as documented accurately on my Colorado Birth Certificate: Intersex. At this time, my driver’s license and social security both legally say… Continue reading Trying to belong to a binary-only world: My Biological Sex, My Legal Sex, My Gender Identity, My Gender Expression, and My Sexual Orientation.
Cary G. Costello, Ph.D. shared this photo recently on social media. They were born intersex, and refer to themselves also as a transgender man. Like me, Cary gave birth to a baby. After much pregnancy loss, I had two babies, and we adopted our youngest. I have been with my husband for twenty-eight years, this… Continue reading “Womb Man” versus “Woman with a Beard”; My thoughts, my story.
In the summer of 2015, I finally was legally recognized as the male gender This was after appearing an intersex female in this world for forty-six years. You see, I was born with intersex natural bodily variations. Mother's Day came upon us, and what do we do now, our kids now have two dads! Our kids now… Continue reading What do you do on Mother’s Day when your mom becomes your dad? HAPPY SEAHORSE DAY! A Holiday Created by My Family.
For fun, I compare myself to a seahorse dad. For it is the seahorse dads who give birth. Yes, I am a gestational father, a term I got from my intersex friend. I am an intersex person, who identifies as being male and gender nonconforming. This means my biological sex (sex characteristics) is intersex,… Continue reading I am a SEAHORSE Dad