Viva #26 of this year. See my site for the article.
As for intersex statistics, there are none
because the only researchers who are interested in getting an accurate picture can only see a small part of it and hospitals around the world aren't cooperating in gathering proper statistics.
The Belgian UZ Gent hospital claims that only about 14 children with ambiguous genitals are born in the Dutch-speaking part of Belgium (see the quote from the 'specialist' in the Belgian Dag Allemaal
magazine article on my site). This would be contrary to what US and Australian hospitals are reporting, and contrary to most recent articles in medical journals.
Just read the medical protocols used... do they seem like they are interested in gathering accurate statistics instead of just 'fixing' the issue ASAP? They call it a disorder and treat it like a taboo.
It's hardly an environment conducive to proper statistics gathering. In that vein I do find it unfair of you to demand statistics when the medical world is so hell-bent on ensuring none are gathered. What are we supposed to do, occupy every hospital in the world and keep an eye on everything? What world is this where most doctors can simply not be trusted with informing parents and dealing with our children?