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An article about how we identify ourselves isn't dictated simply by hormones, or our genitals. The article explores the life of two intersex individuals and the struggles they've faced within and without growing up in a society that tries to 'normalize' children before they can ID what they feel is normal.

(The article is no longer available at nerve.com, but fortunately is archived on the Wayback Machine.)

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