The Self I Will Never Know
"There are times when I wish I didn’t know so much. And I realize that what I know, I learned too late. Reclaiming a childhood of medicalization can be challenging at best, but key to my survival. The challenge is not that I was born with atypical reproductive anatomy – but the power of others to question and correct my natural anatomy." Read The Self I Will Never Know, by ISNA board member Esther Morris, in The New Internationalist V. 364 Jan/Feb 2004.