Guardian, Saturday 2 July 2016 18.00 AEST Jack was born with both male and female anatomy, with ovarian and testicular tissue, and genitals that could belong to either a boy or a girl. He has one of at least 40 congenital variations, known collectively as disorders of sexual development (DSD), or intersex traits. It was months before Juliet and her husband, Will, were told Jack’s specific...
The Conversation, March 11, 2016 6.19am AEDT
Some babies are born with a genetic variant that leads to atypical sexual development. It can result in the child being neither a typical boy nor girl.
Estimates of this occurring range from one in 1,500 or 2,000 births, to 4% of all births, depending on what definitions are used.
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