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Incredible TED X by Intersex Youth Ori & Their Mom!

By admin author | April 18, 2019

As an unfunded intersex advocacy organization operating entirely on donations and volunteer assistance, without unpaid staff, we are not always able to update our site as frequently as we’d like.…

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Viloria & Pagonis on how Pulaski would not have become American Rev. War hero with today’s intersex surgical interventions + Research Examined

By admin author | April 17, 2019

Note: Pressing work on legislative and educational advocacy prevented us from sharing the article referenced in this post, which ran on April 4th, at the time of its release. Our…

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Excellent Article About The Lohman’s Raising their Intersex Child As Is

By admin author | April 15, 2019

Thanks to CNN​ for this excellent article about the Lohmans, who are loving their intersex child Rosie as she is, without subjecting her to any medically unnecessary surgeries aimed to…

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Our E.D. fills press with intersex and trans affirming views

By admin author | April 10, 2019

We couldn’t be prouder of our E.D,. for filling the mainstream press with intersex affirming viewpoints in multiple articles s/he was interviewed for about the news that General Casimir Pulaski…

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The Father of the American Cavalry appears to have been Intersex!!!

By admin author | April 8, 2019

Tonight, the Smithsonian Channel’s America’s Hidden Stories will air the documentary “The General Was Female?”, which explores years of research which determine that General Casimir Pulaski, often revered as the…

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Intersex Justice Project holds protest against CARES & infant surgeries in NYC

By admin author | April 5, 2019

The CARES Foundation is a group run by and for parents of intersex children with one of the most common types of intersex, CAH (congenital adrenal hyperplasia), and their website’s…

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Great article by parent Eric Lohman in Support of SB 201

By admin author | April 5, 2019

Big thanks to Eric Lohman, one of the wonderfully loving parents of an intersex child, and co-author with his partner, Stephani Lohman, of Raising Rosie: Our Story of Parenting an…

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Intersex Filmmaker River Gallo in MTV News !

By admin author | March 28, 2019

We are so excited to see intersex film-maker River Gallo getting recognition and press for hi groundbreaking film Ponyboi! Please enjoy and share this latest, in MTV News, widely. http://www.mtv.com/news/3118699/river-gallo-interview-ponyboi-glaad-awards-grant-2019/

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Ponyboi’s River Gallo in The Advocate [VIDEO]

By admin author | February 15, 2019

Great interview in The Advocate with River Gallo, writer, director and star of Ponyboi, the first narrative film about an intersex character, created by and starring an intersex person, and…

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Great Coverage of CA’s SB 201 in The Daily Beast

By admin author | February 10, 2019

The Daily Beast examines California’s SB 201, which seeks to ban medically unnecessary surgeries on intersex babies, in the excellent article, “I Wasn’t Ready for the Intersex Surgery I Had…

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YAAAAAAASSSSSSSSS!!!!!!!

By admin author | February 4, 2019

California Senator Scott Weiner (Dem. San Francisco) introduced legislation on January 31st to prohibit medically unnecessary surgeries on intersex babies–what intersex activists have all been fighting for! Since the start…

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Our E.D. at 5th Annual SoCal LGBTQ Health Conference

By admin author | January 18, 2019

Our founding director Hida Viloria will be presenting the opening keynote lecture, “Language Matters: Promoting Equitable Treatment and Health in the Intersex Community,” on January 20th at the 5th Annual…

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Intersex Activists Denounce Infant Surgeries in Washington Blade

By admin author | January 1, 2019

Starting the year off on the right foot, this article in today’s Washington Blade features three fantastic intersex activists–Sean Saifa Wall, Jonathan Leggette, and Hans Lindhal–doing what intersex activists do…

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Intersex & Nonbinary Q&A with Assoc Dir Dana Zzyym

By admin author | December 13, 2018

“I would like to see everybody with full equal rights and freedom–and white privilege gone from the world. I’m not sure if it’s just a utopian vision but I wish…

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New theme for the Intersex Quarterly: Intersex Abroad

By admin author | November 8, 2018

As announced by co-editor A.J. Odasso on Twitter, in honor of Intersex Solidarity Day today, the theme for the next issue of the Intersex Quarterly is, “Intersex Abroad.” In solidarity…

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Happy Intersex Solidarity Day to all…

By admin author | November 8, 2018

…our friends, family, and fellow community members: we have so much to celebrate as we have seen so much much progress this past year! Intersex Solidarity Day began originally as…

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Happy IAD Everyone– The Intersex Quarterly is here!

By admin author | October 27, 2018

A message from our E.D. Hida Viloria, Co-editor of the new Intersex Quarterly, our online intersex quarterly produced in conjunction with Indolent Books. I am sooo happy to help share…

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Amnesty Int’l for Intersex Awareness Day

By admin author | October 26, 2018

Happy Intersex Awareness Day (IAD) everyone! We have created awareness campaigns for IAD in years past, and are thrilled to see more and more organizations doing the same. Please share…

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Viloria on Why We Must Not Allow Intersex Erasure

By admin author | October 26, 2018

In honor of Intersex Awareness Day 2018, our Founding Director Hida Viloria’s essay for Logo’s NewNowNext, on Trumnp’s attempts at trans and intersex erasure and why intersex inclusion is essential…

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Celebrating National Coming Out Day!

By admin author | October 11, 2018

“Intersex people are born on the frontlines of homophobia and transphobia because we’re vulnerable to being harmed in infancy if our differences from heterosexual norms are detected, as they often…

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