By Jim Costich September 22, 2019 It is not appropriate to use the term “intersex” to describe a gender identity. Intersex refers to a person’s sexual anatomy, hormones or chromosomes. The most important thing to remember about the definition of the term is that it describes a person’s body, not their identity. The United Nations’ Intersex… Continue reading Intersex is Not a Gender Identity By Jim Costich
The Difference Between Transgender or Transexual and Being Born Intersex.
Transgender and Transexual A person who identifies as transgender or transsexual are usually people who are born with a typical endosex male or endosex female anatomies but feel that their birth assignment was wrong. Some believe that they are born into the "wrong body", and others feel they are of nonconforming in their body… Continue reading The Difference Between Transgender or Transexual and Being Born Intersex.
The Emancipation of my Spirit and my true Gender.
Intersex Awareness Day, is October 26th, 2015, and this day marks one year since the Emancipation of my spirit. It marks the day I decide to escape the cultural entrapment and social expectations of living and appearing as female when I was never female. This day marks the day, my spirit was able to fully… Continue reading The Emancipation of my Spirit and my true Gender.