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The gender studies literature exploring the histories of intersex and transgender individuals across cultures shows that they are not new but have always been acknowledged and, to various degrees, provided cultural space. Are these conditions a result of the fall or examples of creational variance? To answer this question well requires understanding the history and science of intersex and transgender individuals as well as listening to their individual stories. Doing so will show parallels with how similar questions are addressed in disability theology. How might our answers affect the health and well-being of intersex and transgender individuals?

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What It's Like To Be Intersex.mp4 (9649 kB)
Content Played During Lecture: "What It's Like To Be Intersex"