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Intersex: Disqualified For How I Was Born – Born different

When you started to cry, my heart broke. I know what it’s like to not get into your dream, but I can’t imagine the pain of it being about how you were born. That’s so unfair. What ridiculous policies. How is a lack of uterus or periods going to impact service? The male recruits manage! It definitely seems like discrimination.

It made me cry to see you cry and I’m so sorry your hopes of joining the Navy didn’t go as planned, I truly am. I can’t imagine how being discriminated for your “condition,” which by the way, I find extremely beautiful and unique, must have hurt… take care, thank you for sharing  … you’re perfect as you are.

I was born with a DSD condition. It have been and are so hard sometimes. I just hate it all that comes with my condition but you just have to be strong and keep going no matter what is thrown at you. I am sorry you was disqualified because of how you was born. Its so sad and it get me so angry because it’s something we cant do anything about. Our conditions doesn’t make us run slower or make us having a hard time doing math. It doesn’t make us worse at anything than any other human being. I don’t really know what to say. I know I am a year late but thanks for uploading the video, I find it very helping knowing I am not alone out there, even tho I already know I aint. Its nice hearing someone else talk about a similar condition to mine. I couldn’t resist my tears from falling when you started crying 🙁

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