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Sun and moon, white and black, love versus hate, what a binary world we live in. Opposite one another there is contrast, opposing forces so in need of another, yet up to now. In Stanley Kubrick film "Full Metal Jacket" Joker, after some hesitation, describes the Colonel he wears his serenity button together with the words "Born to Kill" on his helmet band as a symbol of the duality of person. In Book IV of Metamorphoses, Ovid pens, which Salmacis forces herself Hermaphroditus and asks the gods to join them into one being. I want to note here that the Greeks used deities to describe the unknown and things that they feared. I do believe that our society is not much better, we perform God in order to alter the puzzles we find unacceptable. Our society demands that people be either or, yet the human state is twofold. We're so hung up on dichotomy; we have to separate and group . Along comes something that cannot be categorized and we have to act fast to set it in a suitable category. Ambiguity is unacceptable in a society in which one must conform to its binary rules. How can this attitude influence those born to western society as intersexuals? Research indicates that intersexual children should undergo surgical transformation processes to be able to stop both physiological and mental disturbances during evolution. This question was raised in several forums and debated at global conventions and moratoriums. Puritans, god fearing people are we, at the book "Intersex", the writer Harper (2007) cites professor and social activist Kathy Dreger who wrote "in terms of gender, we have much in common with all the Victorians". Her words resonate through the community near to those with disorders of sexual differen...