No, we are not intersex but we may experience ignorance from others.

April 22, 2010 at 11:29 am (Gender, Culture and Female Sexuality.)

This article is interesting in the sense that it talks about how conditions of “atypical genitalia” are regarded. MRKH is cited only in passing to discuss the effect of support on those with congenital anomalies. I have included this article only to broaden your horizons. Please keep this in mind. (Plus, one of the researchers, Liao, has done quite a bit of research on MRKH women).

Learning to assist women born with atypical genitalia – journey through ignorance, taboo and dilemma

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