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What does it mean to be an intersex person ?

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Being intersex means being born with a sexual anatomy that doesn’t fit the boxes of female or male.
Being intersex means being born with a sexual anatomy that doesn’t fit the boxes of female or male.
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Intersex individuals often struggle to exist in our society, as they face difficult questions about their sex, gender, and sexuality.

To prevent discrimination, it's important to know and understand what makes someone intersex and how it affects their daily lives.

Intersex is a term used to describe someone who is born with reproductive or sexual anatomy that doesn’t fit the boxes of female or male.

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