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existing or occurring between the sexes

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having sexual characteristics intermediate between those of male and female

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He added, "We just don't know enough about shark biology to be able to answer those questions," suggesting that intersexuality possibly lets some sharks to give birth to a clone.
XXY does not attempt to speak for all the experiences of intersex people but it makes intersexuality visible and demands freedom of choice for those who identify as intersex.
Intersexuality in the holotype of Photina gracilis (Mantodea, Mantidae, Photininae) and its taxonomic implications.
She feels that readers would find her intersexuality confrontational and confusing because that is the reaction of others around her.
Davis presents a scholarly study of intersexuality and its definition, experience and contested aspects.
Greenberg, Defining Male and Female: Intersexuality and the Collision Between Law and Biology, 41 Ariz.
GREENBERG, INTERSEXUALITY AND THE LAW: WHY SEX MATTERS 32 (2012); Susan Gilbert, Children's Bodies, Parents' Choices, 39 HASTINGS CENTER Rep.
Constructing Ethical Attention in Lucia Puenzo's XXY: Cinematic Strategy, Intersubjectivity, and Intersexuality.
Hormones and psychosexual differentiation: implications for the management of intersexuality, homosexuality and transsexuality.
In fact, various groups have identified in excess of fifty genders, including but not limited to heterosexuality, homosexuality, bisexuality, trans-sexuality, intersexuality, and queer.
Intersexuality is a discrepancy between external and internal genitals.
Intersexuality in Boeckella Triarticulata (Thomson, 1883) (Copepoda, Calanoida): a trap for unwary taxonomists.
Listening with Ovid: Intersexuality, Queer Theory, and the Myth of Hermaphroditus and Salmacis.