Without stories there is silence
Without stories told we are voiceless
Without our stories heard we are invisible
It is even harder when the stories are difficult
to hear and impossible to imagine.
~Belinda Mason ~
While our Karyotypes are often similar, our actual journey’s to a place of acceptance can be very different. If you are an XXY individual or have a child or sibling who is, we invite you to contribute an account of what that means to you.
To help you on your way we have compiled a list of twenty questions you don’t have to answer all of them as they are only offered as a guide to get you started. Our suggestion would be to print out the questions and jot down notes to any you wish to answer, then write your story from the notes. Remember we want your story in your words, so be as creative as you wish. Amongst the many benefits of posting your contribution to The XXY Project is the ease by which you will be able to share it with others of your choosing.
Unless otherwise specified, all contributions we receive are posted anonymously. Post to firstname.lastname@example.org We look forward to hearing from you.