Normalizing Intersex: The Transformative Power of Stories

@article{Davis2015NormalizingIT,
  title={Normalizing Intersex: The Transformative Power of Stories},
  author={Georgiann Davis},
  journal={Narrative Inquiry in Bioethics},
  year={2015},
  volume={5},
  pages={87 - 89}
}
The voices of 13 people with intersex traits are shared in this symposium to shape dominant medical discourse about intersex bodies and experiences. Four commentaries on these narratives by experts from various disciplines are included in this issue, with each raising questions that hopefully enhance rather than regulate the voices of people with intersex traits. 
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