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Correction: Defending an inclusive right to genital and bodily integrity for children

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Correction to: International Journal of Impotence Research https://doi.org/10.1038/s41443-021-00503-x, published online 2 December 2021

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The Brussels Collaboration on Bodily Integrity [10] defines ‘medically necessary’ in the following way: ‘(1) the bodily state poses a serious, time-sensitive threat to the person’s well-being, typically due to a functional impairment in an associated somatic process, and (2) the intervention, as performed without delay, is the least harmful feasible means of changing the bodily state to one that alleviates the threat’.

By ‘our’, ‘we’, and ‘us’, I mean all embodied people.

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Townsend, K.G. Correction: Defending an inclusive right to genital and bodily integrity for children. Int J Impot Res (2022). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41443-022-00545-9

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