Us Weekly is reporting on the fundraising efforts of an Arizona woman "raising money so she can have sex," though it's more complex than the headline might imply. That woman is 22-year-old Kaylee Moats, who tells Barcroft TV that when she was 18, her 12-year-old sister got her first period, but Moats still hadn't. 

Concerned, she went to the doctor, where she discovered the shocking reason underlying the issue: Per Live Science, Moats was told she had a rare genetic disorder called Mayer-Rokitansky-Kuster-Hauser (MRKH) syndrome, which affects one out of every 4,500 female babies, leaving her without a  vagina, uterus, or cervix (they never develop fully, or at all, in utero). Because women with this disorder are genetically female and typically have normal-looking outside genitalia, they often don't realize they even have this condition until their menstrual cycle fails to start.

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