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Laurence is not attracted to her and displays asexual tendencies.
On the night of his graduation, Emma professes her love for him.
Paternus now displays how Laurence's condition repulses him and expresses his regret that Laurence will never father a male heir.
He offers Laurence his inheritance in a premature bulk sum, if he will agree to allow Paternus to disown him.
Laurence vehemently rejects the offer, instead offering the money to his younger (and gender-neutral) brother, Phil, in the hope that his brother will share the estate with him upon their father's death.
'I am probably going to lose him because he is a brand that his team wants to protect and things since he went to rehab came to my attention that didn’t put him or our relationship in the best light,' she says.
'In my early teens I was medically diagnosed and went on testosterone blockers, at 15 estrogen enhancers.
My birth certificate was modified along with my name while I was a teenager, prior to any corrective surgery,' she explains.'I spent 30 days in jail because I was too ashamed to tell my family what happened thinking no one knew.The Hermaphrodite is an incomplete novel by Julia Ward Howe about an intersex individual raised as a male in the United States in the first half of the nineteenth century, who in adulthood lives sometimes as a female and sometimes as a male.Its date of composition is uncertain, but estimated to be between 18.The term "hermaphrodite" was used until the mid-20th century to identify someone having reproductive organs normally associated with both male and female sexes. Though Laurence is intersex and as a child displays normative gender characteristics of both sexes, his unsettled father, Paternus, decides to raise Laurence as a male.Sent away college, he excels in his studies, particularly in writing poetry that inflames the passions of an older widow, Emma.