New Harvard Policy Covers Transgender Health

05/10/2010 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011
  • The Harvard Crimson

Gregory M. Sensing works at the Harvard School of Public Health. He goes to work, he goes home, he decides what to make for dinner and when to do the laundry. But for most of his life, he's faced a struggle that something internal does not seem quite right.

"I don't have any sort of debilitating disease or disorder that keeps me from moving through life, but there's always this underlying static hum every minute of every day, saying that this is not my body."

Sensing was born female but has been living as a man for six years.

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