Assoc Dir Zzyym Speaks Out About Their Landmark Non-binary Lawsuit on ABC News!
Intersex Campaign for Equality’s Dana Zzyym is interviewed on ABC News regarding their landmark lawsuit against the U.S. State Department for a passport with a non-binary gender designation. Go Dana! We are proud to have assisted in this case, and to call Dana our Associate Director. We are also deeply grateful to them,…Read More
E.D. Hida Viloria in Psychology Today
“I want parents to know that intersex kids can decide who they are for themselves and have that turn out beautifully.” — Hida Viloria Our E.D.’s interview Born Both: Intersex and Happy, in Psychology Today, covers bodily autonomy, parental decision-making, positive identity and much more. Enjoy and please share with parents and stakeholders in particular.…Read More
Our E.D. Hida Viloria in Rolling Stone magazine!
We are thrilled to report that our E.D. Hida Viloria was featured in Rolling Stone magazine, in an interview about he/r new memoir Born Both: An Intersex Life, which hit stores last week on March 14th. Viloria discusses issues of gender, racism, non-binary identity, discrimination, love and more. Please enjoy and share widely!Read More
Great interview with intersex activists Sara Kelly Keenan and Georgianne Davis!
“Let’s just be proud of who we are, and let’s invite society to acknowledge that we exist…”– Sara Kelly Keenan The the write up about the radio interview this excellent quote is from got it wrong in stating that Keenan was the one to start the move for legal non-binary gender recognition in the United…Read More
Fantastic Canadian Radio Interview about Intersex People & IGM
“The surgical procedures that are carried out here are often carried out by people who have trained in the United States, they’ve done their residencies, certainly the American Academy of Pediatrics, the American Medical Association, the obstetrics and gynecology worlds, they all set this sort of standard of care and if it’s determined that the standard of…Read More
Intersex and Identity: The Contested Self
Intersex and Identity: The Contested Self (Rutgers University Press, 2003), by Sharon Preeves, is a groundbreaking text about intersex people, our identities and medical treatment. Professor Preeves is a professor and chair of the Sociology Department and director of the Public Health Sciences Program at Hamline University who recently served as a faculty research collaborator…Read More