Well, So far the semester went out very well for me. I’m home on Spring break and being a middle class person, I simply can’t afford to travel or vacation on spring break. Maybe next year, when I can work hard enough to afford for a spring break vacation to a Nudist resort. I wouldn’t mind spending at least 4 or 5 days on spring break at a Nudist resort, which would be totally cool.
One thing that kicked off my spring break, was getting injured while playing floor hockey with my friends. I went full bore trying to stop a guy getting past me, but ended up slamming really hard to bleachers. Which I was knocked out unconscious for 10 seconds. I had a bruised shoulder and leg, which as a result of my injuries, I had to take a trip to the ER to be checked out before heading back to the dorm.
One of the weird things, was when I got to the hospital, the ER doc was curious about my Androderm patch on my arm and the medical condition, such as me being born with Kallmann’s syndrome. They were curious about my medical condition and wanted to know why I was on Androderm. One thing I found was odd, that they treated me like one of the guys and didn’t know that I’m neither male nor female because of my intersex/DSD condition. It was weird that the doc didn’t know what Intersex/DSD is. if I was treated back home, the hospital I go to, would know very well because it’s where I also go see my Endocrinologist and Nurse Practitioner as well.
So now, I’m home on spring break, recuperating from my sports injuries and studying up to finish the remainder of the last semester. When I get back, I have to register for my classes for the fall semester and possibly for the summer session as well. I have to find a chemistry class to the fall and during a summer, an ART class as well, to fulfill my Liberal arts core. Towards the end of the semester, plan my summer out including vacationing at a Nudist resort, getting my pistol permit, taking summer classes, work and preparing for the Fall semester.
So have fun ya, stay safe and watch your six ya
Today, I had my early update with my Nurse Practitioner to check my Hormone levels and a status update. One thing she asked me was that whether I considered myself to be Male. I know she told me Medically I am male but because of my Micropenis and ambiguous genitalia. I am classed as being Intersex/DSD (Disorders of Sexual Development).
So for me, I just see myself as an incomplete male and an incomplete female. Which as a result is more in the area of biological indeterminate gender. I’m not nowhere near a Natural Normal biological male and female. I’m stuck in between and medically induced to make the appearance of looking male. Though how I see myself, I don’t see myself as a normal male or a female at all. I just see myself as someone stuck in between male and female. As a result, I am just a biological indeterminate gender and don’t have a natural gender to begin with. So naturally, I am neither male or female. I’m more like a tomboy in between both.
My Nurse Practitioner sees me as being Intersex/DSD and classes me as having Intersex/DSD. She knows about the DSD (Disorders of Sexual Development) manual and knows that Kallmann’s syndrome is classed as a Disorders of Sexual Development, which results me being classed as an Intersex condition as well.
One thing she did tell me is that medically, my Hormones are near a normal Male. She even told me, If I wasn’t on HRT, my Hormone levels, Naturally would not be near the level of a Natural human Male. So because of my genetic condition my Hormone levels are medically induced and I know that if I wasn’t on Hormones, they would be at a very low level.
As far as identifying as a Male, biologically no. That’s because biologically I was never born male and because of the micropenis and ambiguous genitalia. I’m just an incomplete male and an incomplete female. In terms of Genetics and DNA, I am just in the middle between a man and a woman. Though Medically, I am induced to look like a male. Without it, I would just look like young kid about to hit puberty.
So for me, My hormones are at a normal level and they are medically enhanced to make me look like a male, but Naturally, I will never be near a normal male or a normal female. It’s why for me, I just simply say I’m in the middle between male and female. I don’t see myself as male nor female and that’s because of Biology and Genetics. Also I do like my Nurse Practitioner is the main reason why I am going to college to be like her as well.
Let’s support this project, for which I am apart of and will be part of the documentary. It is a project to talk about Intersex people and their experience in Life.
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As an Intersex person, Nudism has done a lot towards helping me accept my intersex body and accepting for who I am. Nudism has shown me how not to be ashamed of my intersex body. It even helped me embrace myself more and even accept all the flaws and imperfections that come with having an Intersex body. What Nudism dose, it shows me that the Human body comes in all natural shapes and forms. Being intersex and naturally born intersex, i see it as part of the natural human form.
Now within the Intersex community, there is a huge problem of body acceptance of Intersex people. Most intersex people are very fearful of their bodies and even forced to hide their intersex bodies by medicine and by society. Which is why most intersex people have a hard time in accepting their bodies and as a result some go for the sex reassignment surgery route for acceptance. It’s hard for Intersex people to accept their bodies because of either society pressure and social pressure. On top of that our Intersex bodies get assaulted by medicine and those who try to claim it as if it’s one of there’s. Which as a result, Intersex people have low self-esteem, which results in body image issues and body acceptance issues.
It’s why as an Intersex person and someone with Kallmann’s syndrome, I am very comfortable with my body. I am very accepting of all the flaws and imperfections in my intersex body. I don’t need surgery or any invasive medical intervention to feel comfortable about myself. Nudism has shown me that the human body comes in all shapes and sizes. It doesn’t care what genitals you have or what you are. The only thing that Nudism is concern is the acceptance of ones body and the acceptance of all Natural body types.
It’s why I am comfortable with the fact that I have a micropenis, some breast growth and the fact that I will never look like a normal female or a normal male. Even in regards to my genetics, I know it will always be XXY regardless of what I do to the body. I’m even comfortable with the fact that medicine has considered me as a biological indeterminate gender. Which is why Nudism as greatly contributed to my body acceptance and being comfortable with who I am.
Nudism has done a lot to show me how I can accept being born Intersex and to see that you body is no different from anyone else’s. One thing I like to say to Intersex people, is to give Nudism a try because nudism can show Intersex people who there is nothing shameful and wrong with being born Intersex. Being Born Intersex is not shameful and should not be hidden. It should be shown and accepted. It as natural as a human body and being a nudist in an intersex community. I’m leading the way in showing how an Intersex person can accept being born Intersex and accepting their body without shame or secrecy.
Intersex people just need to try Nudism and learn to accept their natural intersex bodies. You don’t need SRS to have body acceptance. You just have to accept what was given to you at birth and learn to use that to your advantage. Even learn to accept that your natural Intersex body is no different from anyone else. You just have a Human body that is no different from anyone.
- Intersex Body acceptance (nickysworld.wordpress.com)
Today In my Human biology class, I had a student poster presentation today. The one I did was on my Intersex condition and Kallmann’s syndrome. It was very amazing and that people were very surprised at what I presented. They asked me questions as to what is it like to being born intersex and to have Kallmann’s syndrome. So here’s a picture of what my poster presentation was.