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One CSU alumna and a Fort Collins community member shared their stories.

The doctors gave her male genitalia, but she never quite fit in with her brothers and male classmates. Without the slightest inkling as to why she was different, she had no idea where to start.

“I knew that I was different,” Dana said, “I just didn’t know how. It was a taboo subject.” Early complications with her masculinizing surgery caused Dana to wet the bed, further distancing her from her brothers and potential friends.

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In fact, many would argue that sex is more of a spectrum than just pink or blue. For some, assigned gender and gender identity don’t match,” said Prof.

Betsy Cairo who teaches a psychology of human sexuality course at CSU. ” At birth, most are assigned a sex based on what the doctor sees between their legs.

Medical experts and advocacy groups have slightly differing opinions of who is considered intersex, according to the INSA.

In American medicine, these individuals are referred to as having a “disorder of sex development,” or DSD for short.

“Intersex is a general term used for a variety of conditions in which a person is born with a reproductive or sexual anatomy that doesn’t seem to fit the typical definitions of female or male,” according to The Intersex Society of North America (INSA).

Intersex can include true hermaphrodites, differing sex karyotypes (meaning not XX or XY chromosomes which determine gender), those with complete androgen (male sex hormone) insensitivity and even those who have atypical genitalia.

But what if the bouncing baby doesn’t fit into male or female gender classifications?