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  Volume 5, Number 2, Summer 2015

Table of Contents

Editors’ Note

pp. v-vi

Narrative Symposium: Intersex


Normalizing Intersex: The Transformative Power of Stories

pp. 87-89

Personal Narratives

When Doctors Get It Wrong

pp. 89-92

The Secret Inside Me

pp. 92-95

Finding My Compass

pp. 95-98

The Truth in Writing

pp. 98-100

Still I Rise

pp. 100-103

The Son They Never Had

pp. 103-106

A Changed Life: Becoming True to Who I am

pp. 106-109

Standing Up

pp. 109-111

It’s a Human Rights Issue!

pp. 111-114

Promoting Health and Social Progress by Accepting and Depathologizing Benign Intersex Traits

pp. 114-117

Standing at the Intersections: Navigating Life as a Black Intersex Man

pp. 117-119

“Normalizing” Intersex Didn’t Feel Normal or Honest to Me.

pp. 119-122

Invisible Harm

pp. 122-125

Personal Narratives (Web Only Content)

Solving the Jigsaw Puzzle

pp. E1-E3

Navigating Intersex Healthcare: My Odyssey

pp. E3-E5

Game Change

pp. E5-E7

Michael’s Story or the Paradox of Normalcy

pp. E7-E10

Dwelling in the Gaps

pp. E10-E11


pp. E11-E14

Removing the Mask: Hopeless Isolation to Intersex Advocacy

pp. E14-E17


Cris de Coeur and the Moral Imperative to Listen to and Learn from Intersex People

pp. 127-132

Beyond Good Intentions

pp. 133-138

A Pediatrician’s View

pp. 139-142

Stonewalling Emotion

pp. 143-150

Research Article

African Americans and Hospice Care: A Narrative Analysis

pp. 151-165

Case Studies

Conflicting Values: A Case Study in Patient Choice and Caregiver Perspectives

pp. 167-178

Military Health Care Dilemmas and Genetic Discrimination: A Family’s Experience with Whole Exome Sequencing

pp. 179-186

The Enduring Case

pp. 187-193

The Surgeon as Stakeholder: Making the Case Not to Operate

pp. 195-200

Research Areas


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