Are persons with intersex conditions likely to display behaviors or interests that are atypical for persons of their assigned sex?

This appears to be true for some intersex conditions. For example, girls with congenital adrenal hyperplasia are somewhat more likely to be tomboys than girls without an intersex condition. Persons with many other intersex conditions appear to be no more likely to have gender-atypical behaviors or interests than anyone else.
Sometimes parents or care providers worry that genderatypical behavior in a child or adult with an intersex condition indicates that sex assignment was incorrect. However, the vast majority of persons with intersex conditions, including most intersex persons who display gender-atypical behaviors or interests, report that they are happy with their assigned sex.