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I adored my father. The fact that he cut out a monarch butterfly from a magazine, glued it to a beige patch, and lovingly coated it with a clear nail polish made me proud. I liked that the world could now think of me as “Madame Butterfly.” (“Part I: Seeing With Cross Eyes: My World in Double Vision”) But my parents sought to take it a step further.

While most kids were beginning…




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