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AuthorCallum MacRae

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July 23, 2018

As many as 2% of the population may be considered intersex. You have lectures with intersex people, you’ve sat next to intersex people on the bus, hell, you probably have three or four people who could identify as intersex among your facebook friends. But if it’s that common to be intersex, why aren’t we aware […]

July 24, 2017

CW: transphobia, gender essentialism, sex mention, genital mentions   First, some definitions: Chromosomes: Large coils of DNA. They come in pairs (usually), one from each genetic parent. Sex Chromosomes: The 23rd pair (assuming there’s two) of chromosomes, X and Y. Typically a “female” will carry XX and a “male” will carry XY. Gonads: Testes and […]

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