Intersex Awareness Day 2022 from an XXY/Klinefelter’s Perspective
About 1.7% of babies are born with sex characteristics which do not fit the typical definitions of male and female. There is a wide range of variations which can cause a person to be Intersex, including XXY. We hope our video offers some insight into the importance of accepting each person as an individual.
By AJ Howard and Ken Scott on behalf of the Klinefelter’s Syndrome Association
Dukes Barn is in the village of Beeley, Derbyshire, within proximity of Chatsworth House. Activities in this presentation include Bouldering & Weaselling. Climbing & Abseiling. Archery. Indoor Climbing Wall. Assault Course. Other activities including Canoeing. Caving. Stream Walking that are not shown, will feature in the April 2023 Dukes Barn weekend video (to follow).
Photography & Presentation by KSA trustee AJ Howard
Through our website and helpline, we provide information and support for all affected by KS/XXY including families, medical professionals, teachers and anyone else who comes into contact with people diagnosed with KS/XXY.