Michael, 5, is described as an “open, stable, clever” boy who is well-liked by teachers and other students.  He has strong learning ability and performs well in school.   He likes playing football and drawing, and he says he wants to be an athlete when he grows up.  He has strong self-care skills.  He is diagnosed as an “intersex” child with evidence of both male and female genitalia, but genetic test results indicate he is male and can be raised as a boy with treatment.  He has no other identified health issues, and he has bowel and bladder control.  He has a quiet personality, but likes to talk, sing, read picture books and play games.  He can be stubborn, and he has quick reactions and a ready smile. See Michael’s videos via the links below: