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Maybe you’ve heard of intersex, but you don’t know what it really means.
It’s a part of the larger LGBTQ spectrum (the “I” in “LGBTQIA”), but it’s not talked about nearly as often as lesbian, gay, transgender, bisexual or even asexual topics.
“I think once everyone realizes how non-binary human biology is, it'll be easier for people to accept others on the sex or gender spectrum.” Beth Evans, a sophomore at the University of California, Los Angeles, says that it's difficult to give intersex one specific definition because it varies widely from person to person.
"I identify as a woman, but I have an intersex friend at Columbia who is transgender," Aria* says.
"He has a hard time explaining that to his friends, sometimes." Since there is such a wide variety of intersex conditions, it can be defined as a spectrum similar to the way that transgender and asexual people fall on a spectrum.
Intersex is when someone’s biological sex doesn't fit neatly into male or female, and transgender is when someone feels their assigned gender does not match their gender identity.
Many people on the transgender spectrum also do not identify with a gender at all.