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The first author is a psychologist and part of a team in a specialized clinic in intersexuality, mainly composed of doctors from different specialties. The second writer is a registered nurse and expert in law. She served as a judge for fourteen years, has a PhD in Public Health, developed a project for the rights of intersexed children in , and coordinates a research group of Human Rights, the right to health and family, and the clinical special outpatient services Genetics.
The clinic has become a reference for the provision of services to the public and to provide the necessary space for interaction. The content of the booklet intentionally written in a plain language, includes the comments of the research group called "Human Rights, Right to Health and Family," created by Lima in , whereas the Catholic University of Salvador is accredited by CNPq National Technological Advice and Scientific Development.
Larger scale meetings, as well as work subgroups were conducted for developing the booklet. Eighteenth meetings have taken place in order to develop the content, enhance interdisciplinary and accessibility, and provide spaces for operational meetings for formatting the booklet. The writing involved knowledge and practice from different professional areas, such as psychology, public health, law, medicine, social work and design.
Dialogue among the disciplines allowed us to understanding the birth of the intersex child as an event that, although not occur naturally traumatic, can be experienced as such, depending upon the socio-cultural context. Taking into account the possibility of experiencing a traumatic event, human dignity has become a core principle in the development of the booklet.
The handbook, written in Portuguese, has the potential to be translated into other languages. It tells the tale of a family with an intersex child.
The storyline consists of presenting troublesome situations lived by the family members and provides possible solutions. All the circumstances narrated in the stories are based on the real life contact with the families during the daily work experience of the authors. Among these circumstances are 1 the moment when one mother, referring to her family, describes her children and the birth of one of her babies in intersex condition; 2 the time when the mother hears malicious comments from neighbor s about the status of her baby; 3 a family encounter with the doctor after the result of exams; 4 an appointment with families already experiencing this situation for a longer period; 5 the moment that family will register the child at the registry office; and 6 the meeting with the social worker to find out about the legal and communal resources for rights protection.
The first phase was the identification of cultural and scientific problems in this subject by a review of literature, documents and movies, including fiction books, blogs and documentaries on intersex people.
One survey of health care institutions was undertaken to identify measures which protect the dignity of intersexed children. Contacts were identified in the institutions that make up, according to the law, entities entrusted with the integral protection of children, and, therefore, providing support for intersex children, such as the Public Defenders, the Child Protection Agency and the Public Prosecutor of each capital of the 26 states in Brazil.
During the first stage a survey was carried during the year of to identify all kinds of medical examinations required to diagnose the intersex condition. They were categorized for the kinds of exams, biological material collected for the exam and the examination was available via the SUS the Brazilian universal health care system or by private doctors.
In the second stage, a booklet was created using the collected data and ideas discussed in groups.
The handbook content, formatting, and graphics were also discussed. It also refers to the suitable costumes of the region and points out the main difficulties whenever facing the professionals attending at the civil registration desk. The third stage was the booklet validation by having a variety of people read and comment on the brochure. This group included those who have recently had intersex infants and those who are of a different domain.
The first project was accomplished by professionals from diverse fields of knowledge, as well as people who were familiar with the subject and those with the lowest formal education. The handbook has also been validated by two families whose kids were born during this period in intersex condition.
The family members felt they learned by reading the material presented to them, which meant that the booklet had been understood. The fourth stage was to determine strategies for promotion both for printed copies and in a virtual environment, with the major institutions that provide health, social and juridical services, as well as families of intersex children.
Therefore we can say that this brochure is the first of its type designed in Brazil for families of intersex children. Its content has been created considering the importance of ensuring the dignity of the human being as a basic principle of human rights.
Intersexuality is a complex subject and requires the construction of knowledge. So this booklet was the result of an innovative approach and an interdisciplinary process. Cooperation between various fields as psychology, law, and social services allowed the culmination of knowledge about intersexuality that does not belong exclusively to any of the disciplines alone because it was interpreted and gathered through an interdisciplinary dialogue.
It was because of the exchange of knowledge and the professional experience of the authors in providing services for intersex people and their families that the booklet was possible. Thus, the authors believe that the construction of self in gender identity does not occur separately from the influence of social configurations e.
The family is usually seen as both a catalyst in the formation of the child's gender identity and dignity and as a promoter of the child.
The interfaces between the voice of the family and other social voices in the absence of a representative one from the parents and the child's body are all catalysts in developing the gender and the identity of the intersex child. So satisfying the child about his or her gender is directly related to two issues. The first issue is how the family perceives and treats the child.
The second aspect is about the series of actions taken by the family in order to ensure respect for dignity, uniqueness, and the rights of the child. Affection and child care are crucial components for promoting of the child's dignity.
It follows that to take care of involves plans for the happiness and the role that caregivers play in those plans. Gender identity is regarded in this material as united with providing human dignity and human rights.
The prospect of promoting dignity in the publication takes place of both the convention on children's rights UN, , to which Brazil is a signatory, and the Constitution of Brazil and the legal set of this country. Dignity is therefore understood as the completeness of the being the child's condition.
The booklet's contents will also benefit from guidance from the law field for the purpose of changing a common practice of the families, as pointed out by Lima , of getting "help" initially from politicians i.
Thus, the booklet also comprises models of documents with emphasis on five specific themes: 1 support for children's health; 2 medications requested from the Department of Health; 3 application when being away from home and to the Department of Health; 4 a generic model for the ombudsman of the Child; and 5 issues concerning the civil registration of intersex child. All of this is also addressed by suggesting an alternative to the creation of a special temporary registration. For this registration, the child's name and sex would not be required, which would not interfere in the child's guaranteed rights.
The document also provides some clear definitions as a foundation for this field. Gender involves psychological and social characteristics assigned by the society to each sex. Certain cultures assign some behaviors, thoughts, and feelings as appropriate to boys, girls or others.
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