11-year-old intersex activist Ori Turner is fighting to end “gender-normalizing” surgery on children
When Kristina Turner heard her newborn baby was intersex, the first thing she had to do was learn what that meant. 11 years later, she and her child Ori are working together to educate the rest of the world.
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