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Lonely Hearts

Over my years of involvement with the XXY Community, the one element that stands out in our lives is the level of loneliness we endure, mainly as a result of not being on the same wavelength as our peers. In…

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As a non-binary/xxy kid’s parent, since 2009 I have been constantly told by the medical authorities that I have a “broken boy” and “with a little T, he will be fixed just fine”. They never told me I have a healthy intersex child.