Finding your identity is difficult at the best of times, but what if a critical piece of your history has been kept from you?
When Ariel has sex with her boyfriend for the first time she experiences intense pain. Her mother gives her strict instructions to visit a very specific doctor but will tell her nothing else. To make matters more confusing, Ariel has developed a strong attraction to her new co-worker, Ana. Everything comes to a head when Ariel discovers that she was born intersex, which affords a new understanding of who she really is and the opportunity to explore what she really wants.
Being Impossible provides a sensitive, non-sensational way of looking at the complexities of gender and sex.