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Perhaps you never thought of it but Intersex People are the “I” in The LGBTIQ+ Community. About 2% of the population has Intersex traits. Intersex people are as common as redheads or twins. Intersex people are individuals that have internal or external parts that differ from the general cis-population. They are productive people with lives, loves and family. Many of these individuals go through life never knowing that they are Intersex unless there is a problem. Yet, other than in name, they are a little known or understood part of the LGBTIQ+ Spectrum. Today there is a good chance that you actually saw or spoke with an intersex individual. Perhaps there is an intersex person in your own family. Help to celebrate Intersex Awareness day on October 26th by making yourself more aware of the Intersex Community. Remember that out of the 50 people that you might see today, there is a good chance that one of them may be an Intersex Person. Thanks for taking the time to read this. Marg
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