This chapter considers the status of human bodies with intersex/DSD conditions in their similarity with and difference from other human bodies, and particularly their status as held within the Body of Christ. It argues that bodies both signify the other bodies around them and are signified by them, as well as remaining profoundly particular in their material substance. The Body of Christ made up of human bodies prefigures and begins to constitute the Body of Christ as it will be; 'perfected' not in terms of homogenization or assimilation but of reciprocity, embrace and grace. Karl Earth argues that the human is the only creature essentially differentiated by sex alone, rather than race, species or type as other animals are. The chapter argues that Earth fails to resist a particular human-centred model of sex and gender ironically, given his thorough going suspicion of ideology and hegemony.