In 1903 he broke a limb and was hospitalized in Buffalo. There he was discovered to have female genitals. A clergyman came and pestered him that a 'relapse towards female apparel and demeanor' would be appropriate. Gorman refused to grant the gentleman any more interviews.
He did mention that he knew at least 10 other men who had the same condition as himself and who worked for the same railway company.
- Xavier Mayne writings as Edward I. Prime Stevenson. The lntersexes; A History of Similisexualism as a. Problem in Social Life ([Naples?]. Privately printed [by R. Rispoli, I908?]; photo reprint, N.Y.: Arno, 1975): 149-50. Quoted at: http://outhistory.org/exhibits/show/gender-crossing-women-1782-192/gender-crossing-women/a-curious-confraternity.
- Lillian Faderman. Odd Girls and Twilight Lovers: A History of Lesbian Life in Twentieth-Century America. New York: Columbia University Press, 1991: 43.