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The woman notified her boss, but said she did not want to file a criminal complaint.Her boss told von Keyserling to stay away from the building.For years we’ve had training programs in place for all employees and beyond but cannot comment because this is an allegation that will be adjudicated in the court of law.” Von Keyserling posted ,500 in bail and is due to appear in court on Jan.25, when his attorney said he will enter a not guilty plea, reported the Greenwich Time.C.'s case: some folks seem to be commenting as if, had M. come to see himself as the female gender he was originally assigned, we would not care that surgeons had removed most of M. In other words, we are supposed only to care about the removal of phallic tissue in this case because M. Many intersex women who had their clitorises surgically shortened in infancy are legitimately angry about having had tissue (and thus sensation) taken from them. Of course, whether there was a legitimate medical reason will be one issue with which the courts will wrestle. was born -- major medical consensuses have moved away from the assumption that genital-normalizing surgery is required in all cases of intersex.
It was too trivial to be considered anything of significance.Their conversation became heated, according to the warrant for von Keyserling’s Jan. “This is a new world, politically, and you need to educate your fellow politicians,” the woman said to von Keyserling, as she later told a Greenwich police detective. I no longer have to be politically correct,” von Keyserling allegedly responded.“If you’re proud of that,” she said, “I can’t help you.” “You’re nothing but a lazy, bloodsucking union employee,” he said.Americans now live in “a new world” where people “no longer have to be politically correct,” said one Connecticut politician in December, according to the warrant for his arrest after allegedly pinching a town employee in the genitals.A lawyer for Christopher von Keyserling, a 71-year-old Republican member of the Representative Town Meeting, the local legislative body that governs Greenwich, Conn., denied any impropriety.