Should intersex people be allowed to marry?
Intersex is different from transgender, in that a person who is transgender identifies with the opposite gender of what their genitalia suggest, while an intersex person cannot be classified into a gender for biological reasons.
Here are some examples: A person is born with both female and male genitalia A person is born with a "X and Y" chromosome and is genetically male but due to no prenatal androgen exposure, a person is born with female genitalia. Later in life androgens do become present in puberty and they develop male characteristics.
So in this case of a person being born intersex, should these people be allowed to marry? Should they be allowed all the rights that people of conventional genders are allowed?