Diane Pritchatt <diane at bnclib.demon.co.uk> wrote in article
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> In article <01bcba92$10f03320$a4ab41ce at default>, Scott
> <sfelder at nortexinfo.net> writes
> Oh Scott, I find this really awful. I have known that the problem of
> ambiguous genitalia existed, but with so many other things going on,
> never though about it in depth.
>> The fact that we now have ways of determining genetic make up of
> individuals should surely help doctors to make better decisions, I hope.
> But the subject must be aired enough to make sure that the public know
> and want things to be done right in the future.
Moir and Jessel devote quite a few pages on this problem. The problem is
most common in Haiti and D. Republic. Moir discusses how these children
develop mentally. By the way, Moir is a geneticist.
The doctor on the program averaged 2 surgeries per month. But he like the
majority of people have been brought up to believe that male/female
behavior is socialized not strongly innate.
I recommend you check out this book, Diane. I heard this week that a new
book called "Sex on the Brain" came out in August. I really believe you
will be hearing more on this subject of neuropsychology differences between
men and women in the near future.