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Some time ago there was an e Harmony Advice discussion about what a woman really means when she asks to split the check after dinner on the first date. Most women agreed that even though she asked to split the check, what she really wants is the man to refuse to let her and pay the whole thing himself. We thought it might be nice to examine some of the ways that men, while dating, say one thing and mean another. “I’d love to come in, but I have to get up early tomorrow.” Really means one of these two options: • 99% – “I don’t feel great chemistry with you.” • 1% – “I’m dog tired and I have to get up early.” It is not unheard of for a man to be tired at 10 p.m. If you’ve been out having a dinner date, seeing some entertainment or talking all evening, fatigue can set in.
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"We hope that professionals and parents who face this difficult decision will heed the growing consensus that the practice should stop." There are no comprehensive statistics on intersex surgeries.The new report says most of the 21 health professionals who were interviewed suggested that medically unnecessary surgeries were becoming less common, but none said their clinic had stopped doing them altogether.

But now the practice is under assault, as never before. "The results are often catastrophic," says the report, asserting that the surgeries "can inflict irreversible physical and psychological harm." "The pressure to fit in and live a 'normal' life is real," said Kyle Knight, a Human Rights Watch researcher who wrote the report.S."Not all intersex people will choose to identify legally as intersex, and not all parents will choose to have their intersex child identified as intersex on birth documents," Keenan told A Plus."But for those who do, the option must exist." Keenan was born during a time when intersex people were still called "hermaphrodites" and doctors encouraged parents to pick one gender or the other for their child.Experts say roughly one of every 2,000 newborns has so-called differences of sex development that might prompt a doctor's recommendation for surgery or other medical intervention.Internationally, there's been vocal opposition to such surgeries. medical associations haven't gone that far, but the Human Rights Watch/Inter ACT report urges them to toughen their policies.The American Medical Association is considering a proposal discouraging it. "But there is no evidence that surgery delivers on the promise of making that easier." One of multiple reasons for the concern: Some intersex children may undergo surgery aimed at assigning them as male or female, yet grow up to identify as the other sex — a potentially traumatic situation.