Discovering - Sexuality - Unusual
Neither male nor female, Said, 45, was born intersex (hermaphrodite). As a result of this condition, Said has never had access to real work or any decent medical care. Dreaming of reversing this condition, Said dreams of becoming a "man" to live live a normal life.

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Morocco: The loneliness of an intersex -
I am also a true hermaprodite having Ovotestis & been unable to have medical treatment since birth until now, I want to have a surgery but lack of money bec. we are also very poor same as Said, life in this condition is very tough & misery but this is what God gave us & we have to accept it but if we have the resources for the surgery it's better I know there are people with good heart who are willing to extend thier financial help,Is there anyone who is willing to help? God bless always... - Friday 24 June 2011 - 11:29

Morocco: The loneliness of an intersex -
Salamo alaikoum Said, it's me TARIK, don't even care about what people says, we love you as you are... Twishiya Ntina f dem... - Thursday 31 March 2011 - 23:39

Morocco: The loneliness of an intersex -
Hi Said, I was born in Tetuan too. You don't have any reason to be ashamed. It is our society that should be ashamed from its ignorance. When god creates a new life it is a new creation. The guys that tell you are a punishment should be punished for their aggressive attitude. Be strong - Thursday 17 March 2011 - 05:33

Morocco: The loneliness of an intersex -
Bad jounalism on Djamel Belayachi's part. I am an intersex individual in U.S. and if Belayachi would have done some simple and proper research to corroborate the story he would have found out that the word "hermaphrodite" is an antiquated and stigmatizing term for intersex. - Thursday 17 March 2011 - 04:28



 


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