Intersexion

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Loretta

Beautiful and insightful

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R

Comprehensive, sad, and ultimately hopeful and inspiring. A great illustration of the misguidedness of the medical community's dichotomous and arrogant thinking. Based on the terribly limited and arrogant work of a self-promoting MD, ironically named, "Money." Highly informative and ...Read more

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Sofia

So much courage... I absolutely love it!

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Carmen Coppola

Fantastic. This film is the most comprehensive piece I have found that explains intersex to people who have never come across the term before. I knew about intersexuality prior to watching this film, but I will admit that I learned a fair bit about intersexuality.

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John

I was aware of Mani Bruce Mitchell long before I met her. S/he lived in the same suburb as me and was someone who shopped in the same supermarket. Some years later and by then living in a different city, while researching a television series about secrets, I came across her name. However it ...Read more

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Anonymous

Beautiful, touching, and very frank.

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Anonymous

Very thought-provoking. It has stuck with me over the past number of days. It makes me question my own assumptions and look at people more openly.

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