Jason Jacobs has a daughter named Liz. An autistic child, she identifies with lizards better than people. Jason finds it unusual when Liz's pediatrician tells Jason's wife Carrie that she had 'species identity disorder' and suggests that she take lizard hormones to feel comfortable in her not-yet-scaly skin. But why would Carrie be in favor of such a radical procedure in the first place? And what does her past as an activist have to do with her unorthodox choice?
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by on October 21, 2016
- Chad Descoteaux, October 2016
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