Androgyne androgyny androgynous an organism having

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Unformatted text preview: cet 358 (9276): 124– 125. 15. Rink, R. C., Adams, M. C., and Misseri, R. 2005. “A New Classification for Genital Ambiguity and Urogenital Sinus Anomalies.” BJU International 95 (4): 638–642. 16. Rink, R. C., et al. 2006. “Use of the Mobilized Sinus with Total Urogenital Mobilization.” Journal of Urology 176 (5): 2205–2211. 17. Bettocchi, C., Ralph, D. J., and Pryor, J. P. 2005. “Pedicled Pubic Phalloplasty in Females with Gender Dysphoria.” BJU International 95 (1): 120–124. Chapter 7: Outcomes 1. Colapinto, John, As Nature Made Him: The Boy Who Was Raised as a Girl (New York: HarperCollins, 2000). 2. Ibid.; 1997. “Changing Sex Is Hard to Do.” Science 275: 1475; Diamond, M., and Sigmundson, H. K. 1997. “Sex Reassignment at Birth: Long-Term Review and Clinical Implications.” Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine 151 (3): 298–304. 3. Colapinto, As Nature Made Him. 4. Zucker, K. J. 1999. “Intersexuality and Gender Identity Differentiation.” Annual Review of Sex Research 10: 1–69. 5. “Changing Sex Is Hard”; Diamond, “Sex Reassignment”; Meyer-Bahlburg, H. F 1999. “Gender Assignment and Reassignment in 46,XY Pseudoher. maphroditism and Related Conditions.” Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 84 (10): 3455–3458. 6. Colapinto, J. 2004. “Gender Gap.” 7. Reiner, “Discordant Sexual Identity.” 8. Meyer-Bahlburg, “Gender Identity.” 9. Migeon, “Ambiguous Genitalia”; Migeon, “46, XY.” 10. Hines, M., Ahmed, S. F and Hughes, I. A. 2003. “Psychological Out., comes and Gender-Related Development in Complete Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome.” Archives of Sexual Behavior 32 (2): 93–101. 172 Endnotes 11. Minto, C. L., et al. 2003. “The Effect of Clitoral Surgery on Sexual Outcome in Individuals Who Have Intersex Conditions with Ambiguous Genitalia: A Cross-Sectional Study.” L ancet 361 (9365): 1252–1257. 12. Schober, J., “Feminization (Surgical Aspects),” in Pediatric Surgery and Urology: Long-Term Outcomes, ed. by Stringer, M., Oldham, K., and Mouriquand, P. (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2006). 13. Morgan, J. F et al. 2005. “Long-Term Psychological Outcome for Women ., with Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia: Cross-Sectional Survey.” BMI 330 (7487): 340–341, discussion 341. 14. Cull, M. 2002. “Treatment of Intersex Needs Open Discussion.” BMI 324 (7342): 919. 15. Creighton, S. M. 2004. “Long-Term Outcome of Feminization Surgery: The London Experience.” BJU International 93 Suppl 3: 44–46. 16. Ibid. 17. Reiner, W. G., and Gearhart, J. P. 2006. “Anxiety Disorders in Children with Epispadias-Exstrophy.” Urology 68 (1): 172–174; Diamond, “Sex, Gender, and Identity.” 18. Diamond, M. 2004. “Sex, Gender, and Identity over the Years: A Changing Perspective.” Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America 13 (3): 591–607, viii. 19. Diamond, “Sex, Gender, and Identity.” Chapter 8: Alternatives 1. Nanda, S., Gender Diversity (Long Grove, IL: Waveland Press, 2000). 2. Ibid. 3. Roughgarden, J., Evolution’s Rainbow (Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 2004); Nanda, Gender Diversity. 4. Jacobs, S., Wesley, T., and Lang S., eds. Two-Spirit People (Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press, 1986). 5. Nanda, Gender Diversity. 6. Mahalingam, R. 2003. “Essentialism, Culture, and Beliefs About Gender Among the Aravanis of Tami Nadu, India.” Sex Roles 49: 489–496. 7. Jacobs, Two-Spirit People. 8. Kuhnle, U., and Krahl, W. 2002. “The Impact of Culture on Sex Assignment and Gender Development in Intersex Patients.” Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 45 (1): 85–103. 9. Ibid. Endnotes 173 Chapter 9: Choices 1. Interview with author. 2. Ibid. 3. Ahmed, S. F Morrison, S., and Hughes, I. A. 2004. “Intersex and Gen., der Assignment: The Third Way?” Archives of Disease in Childhood 89 (9): 847–850. 4. Ibid. 5. Zucker, K. J. 2002. “Intersexuality and Gender Identity Differentiation.” Journal of Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology 15 (1): 3–13; Zucker, K. J. 1999. “Intersexuality and Gender Identity Differentiation.” Annual Review of Sex Research 10: 1–69. 6. Interview with author. 7. Ibid. Epilogue 1. Matlin, M. 1999. “Bimbos and Rambos: The Cognitive Basis of Gender Stereotypes.” Eye on Psi Chi 3: 13–14. Glossary androgen insensitivity syndrome—complete and partial A disorder of sex development that results from the lack of cell-surface receptors for androgens. AIS may arise as either complete or partial insensitivity. 46,XY infants with complete androgen insensitivity syndrome present as normal baby girls. Partial disorders may span the range between male and female. androgens Steroid hormones that are produced by the adrenal glands and that affect the development of male sex characteristics, including testosterone derived from progesterone. androgyne, androgyny, androgynous An organism having both male and female sexual characteristics and organs; at...
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