4%), although this apparent consequence of intersexuality
was not statistically significant at the 95% level (Fisher's exact test, p = 0.
93) According to the article's view of scholarly imperatives, "It]he dialogue must focus on whether sexual categories should be limited to the two traditional classifications of male and female or whether sex categorization should be expanded to include intersexuality
as a sex category.
Callahan's book is spent exploring the understanding of intersexuality
, from the physicians of ancient Greece to today's neuroendocrinologists.
What is less commonly known is that the term "gender" as it originally emerged in research on intersexuality
and transsexuality had a very different tenor--even if it was equally rooted in a conceptual separation from biological sex.
In this article, we will describe the nature of intersexuality
and transgenderism, with a particular focus on the implications of these conditions for gender identity.
Two new cases of intersexuality
in scorpions, in specimens of Brachistosternus pentheri and Bothriurus araguayae, are reported and discussed.
can also result from several chromosomal conditions.
Martin, Moving Toward an International Standard in Informed Consent: The Impact of Intersexuality
and the Internet on the Standard of Care, 9 DUKE J.
Meanwhile, the Pascoes hold a press conference to tell the world (or at least Take a Break) about Paddy's intersexuality
therefore provides greater opportunities for individual liberty and social understanding.
Who Was Raised as a Girl) and explores questions about gender, physiology, and intersexuality
Arnold (1991: 366-74) and others have argued for the possible presence, in European prehistory, of a third, ambiguous and possibly liminal gender that may be identifiable through, for instance, grave-goods; a liminality in gender-ascription may be due to the behaviour of an individual in life, to biological intersexuality
(Taylor 1996: 64-5) or to some other factor.