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Thus the late twentieth century medical approach to intersexuality is based essentially on an anatomically strict psychosocial theory of gender identity. Contemporary theory, established and disseminated largely via the work of John Money 9 and endorsed by the American Academy of Pediatrics 10 , holds that gender identity arises primarily from psychosocial rearing (nurture), and not directly from biology (nature); that all children must have their gender identity fixed very early in life for a consistent, “successful” gender identity to form; that from very early in life the child’s anatomy must match the “standard” anatomy for her or his gender; and that for gender identity to form psychosocially boys primarily require “adequate” penises with no vagina, and girls primarily require a vagina with no easily noticeable phallus. 11

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