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Part 4 Male Gender Identity in an Individual With Complete Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome

What I learned during summer workation – (as opposed to vacation, which it wasn’t): 1.  Some intersex people really don’t like it when trans people claim to be intersex because they’re trans. 2.  Some trans people really don’t like it … Continue reading

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What “Makes” Gender? Part 2 of Male Gender Identity in an Individual with Complete Androgen Insensitivity

Where does gender come from? I doubt that this is a question many non-trans people would pose.  I mean, really, there must be a bunch of people out in the world who have a gender that is congruent with their … Continue reading

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Male Gender Identity in an Individual With Complete Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome, Part 1 – DNA, Genes and the Androgen Receptor

When I first saw this recent publication, Male Gender Identity in Complete Androgen Insensitivity, I thought, “Hey, this case has really interesting ramifications about gender identity.  I’ll make a blog post about it!” Then, I broadcast on my blog that … Continue reading

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