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The References Section of Clinical Guidelines for the Management of Disorders of Sex Development in Childhood is an excellent bibliographic resource, with many clickable links. Depending upon what you are looking for, this may be more manageable than the larger bibliography hosted here at ISNA.

Bibliography of articles accessible online

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60 minutes (australia) breaking the silence: Sexual reassignment (antoinette briffa), 2000. Directed by Anon. . Sydney. June 25. Available from:

Anon. . 2000, Fall. Letters (intersex). Whole Earth, 100-101. Available from:

Anon. . 2000, August. Frau und mann - alte mythen nuen rollen. Geo Wissen (special issue on intersex), 26. Available from:

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Anon. . 1980, July. Letter to the editor. Ms., 9, 12.

Geraldo: Hermaphrodites, 1989. Directed by Anon. . New York: The Investigative News Group. July 27.

I'm not a man; i'm not a woman (sally), 1989. Directed by Anon. . New York. September 29.

Anon. . 1994, 26 September. Dr. Elders’ medical history. New Yorker, 70, 45-46.

Anon. . 1994, Oct/Nov. The intersexed--who are they? What do they want? Genderflex, IV, 13.

Anon. . 1995. Intersex society. The Society Newsletter (Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality), Spring p. 3.

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Meyer-Bahlburg, H. F. L., in press. Gender assignment and reassignment in intersexuality: Controversies, data, and guidelines for research. In: Zderic, S. A., Canning, D. A., Synder Iii, H. M., and Carr, M. C. eds. Pediatric gender reassignment: A critical reappraisal. New York: Plenum.

Rosin, M., forthcoming 2005 April. Intersexuality and universal marriage. In: Law and sexuality: A review of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender legal issues: Tulane University Law School.

Anon. . forthcoming. Colombia constitutional court decisions regarding intersex. In: Minter, S., Currah, P., and Juang, R. eds. Transgender rights: History, politics, and law. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota.

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Medicalization of Intersexuality: History Resources

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Most of the history of medicalization of intersexuality has yet to be investigated. This is pretty close to a complete list of the sources available as of July, 2000.

Some of these books are out of print; if not available at your library, you can often find them available for purchase via ABE Books.

Late Victorian Period

  • Dreger, Alice Domurat. 1998. Hermaphrodites and the Medical Invention of Sex. Cambridge: Harvard University Press. Focusing on events in France and Britain in the late 19th century, Dreger takes us inside doctors’ chambers to see how and why medical and scientific men construed sex, gender, and sexuality as they did, and especially how intersexed bodies—when combined with social exigencies—forced peculiar constructions.

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