Thomas Jefferson School of Law Professor Julie Greenbergís book, "Intersexuality and the Law, Why Sex Matters" has earned high praise from the Foundation for the Scientific Study of Sexuality (FSSS). The foundation will award Greenberg with the Bullough Book Award, given for the most distinguished book written for the professional sexological community published in a given year.
“I am so pleased that people are becoming more aware of the critical life-altering issues affecting members of the intersex community,” she said. “I hope that this book serves to educate and inspire people to assist this relatively new, underserved, and underfunded civil rights movement. I have donated all the royalties from the book to Advocates for Informed Choice (AIC), an organization devoted to using legal avenues to assist people with an intersex condition.”