I did know someone who was intersexed , i always knew her as female as she was my sisters friend and never thought of her any different than female . From what i understand of genetics any featus with other combinations of genes is unlikely to survive pregnancy anyway.As far as i know she remained on her own and became a farmer , dont know about now lost touch in the 70s would be freaky man to be dating a women then to be told by her she had a wanger as well as a la la.be off man..i wouldnt want any dealings with that shit.take a powder dude.vanish into hyper space..that.. I've only ever had one set of genitals, and they're still in (roughly) the original configuration. Obviously genetics giving you the sex of a person merely means that "intersex" people are just deformed rather than a specific sex.When trying to understand, what that sort of experience would be like, i can't. If you go by genitalia then the answers are not obvious!!It's something that i've never undergone, and i do not have the tools or the life experience to talk about. you could make a choice say if one set of genitalia were incomplete to operate and change sex to the "complete" genitalia sex.Do you think people who were born intersexed are being deceiptful if they don't tell a potential future partner? I didnt watch the programme, but it sounds interesting.Are they born with all female organs ie womb and everything as well?
)So someone intersexed could have external vagina & penis - but no womb perhaps ... again, I'm not sure - but I think once a sex has been decided on, the person would have to have hormone injections, testosterone if female genetalia removed for example. Ok, I have known someone who was indeed born intersexed.How do you think you would you feel if someone you were seeing told you they were born intersexed?If someone told you before you were going to meet them for a date that they were born intersexed - would it put you off dating them?For the last 50 years, the Montreal Gazette Christmas Fund has made the holiday season brighter for thousands of Montrealers.Since 1967, when the Christmas Fund began, we have raised more than million to be distributed to some of the neediest people in our community.
The Montreal Gazette absorbs the entire cost of administering the fund, so every penny raised ends up in the hands of those who need it most. 31, 2017 will receive a 2018 tax receipt If you wish us to contact you by e-mail, please write to us at [email protected]