"In incorporating the voices of not only medical professionals, but also the people whose lives have been affected in major ways by the results of medical decisions enacted on their or their children's bodies (and identities), Karkazis presents a more complete view of the topic than has been offered in the past. . . . Karkazis doesn't claim to offer any answers, but she brings the discussion up to date in a way no one else has yet, raising the difficult questions necessary to move the discourse on intersex issues forward."
Kiri Oliver, Feminist Review blog