The Dangers Of Being Born With An Intersex Person

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What many people realize and don’t understand is that being born with an Intersex condition is not easy as everyone thinks or sounds. People paint a picture of what an intersex person looks like and what their genitals looks like in their mind. Even people in the LGBT community often times paints a rosy picture of what life is like for an Intersex person. The reality is, that it’s not easy being an intersex person and it sure ain’t easy having to deal with your Intersex condition. Many people think that it’s easy for someone to be intersex but the sad reality is that many intersex people including myself have medical and social issues that go FAR deeper than your run of the mill LGBT or even in normal society. Our issues go right to our genetics, DNA, physiology and biological.

Many people don’t realize that being born with an intersex condition, you have issues that no one in a normal society would not understand. No one wouldn’t know what it’s like to be intersex and
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What many people don’t realize is that, it ain’t easy being born with an intersex condition. My issues I have listed are something that no normal person would never want to face or deal with. They wouldn’t want to deal with what I have because some of what I have would hurt them in the long run. My issues and health concerns are something that no one in their right mind would ever want. In my case I am born into it and I have not choice but to face and deal with the fact that I am an intersex person who has Kallmann’s syndrome and have to deal with the fact that I have a micropenis, ambiguous genitalia, being sterile from birth to death, not having the chance of reproducing and not having a normal life like everyone else. If people think it’s easy being intersex, I’ll be glad to let people try my medical condition and deal with the issues I face on a daily basis. Then come back and tell me if it’s

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