This New York Times Magazine article reads like a telenovela plot — two sets of identical twins, one of each unknowingly switched at birth and raised as fraternal twins in Bogotá, Colombia. The story of how they discover each other (and the switch) is crazy enough, but their similarities to (and differences from) their twin is what's truly fascinating.
Read this if you're in the mood for: fact like fiction, nature vs. nurture, family
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NONE OF THE ABOVE by I.W. Gregorio
This article has absolutely zero to do with being intersex, but like NONE OF THE ABOVE, it also centers on people discovering that they're biologically different than they believed their whole life — and what that might mean about who they are and how they see themselves.
Switched at Birth (ABC Family)
Like Bay and Daphne, the switched at birth twins grew up in different economic situations than they would have with their biological parents.
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