Unformatted text preview: wanted to talk to him and to be accepted he had to look like a girl, and people who didn’t know him mostly accepted him. I would imagine that he felt no support and from my experiences with him, he seemed like a very sexual person, and most people would be creeped out when hearing/ thinking of intersex sex. But for most intersex people I would hope they find acceptance in life, but I think that intersex people find most acceptance from other intersex people. Although intersex people can find support from those who aren’t intersex, I think it comes by hiding it at first because most would be creeped out if that’s all they knew about the person....
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- Fall '07
- Gender Studies, Grief, Intersexuality, intersex people