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Posts Tagged ‘intersex voices’

New theme for the Intersex Quarterly: Intersex Abroad

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 with intersex people across the globe, we want to hear how being intersex has impacted your time abroad, or how you want it to, and/or…

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Happy IAD Everyone– The Intersex Quarterly is here!

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 this amazing writing by amazing intersex people with the world. I really never imagined, even in my early thirties (by late 30’s I think I…

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The IQ Quarterly: Call for Submissions

The IQ Quarterly Statement of Purpose As community members who are both intersex and queer, we cannot separate these vital, overlapping aspects of ourselves, and we support equality for all LGBTQIA+ people. However, we are aware that the voices, identities, and experiences of intersex people who are also LGBTQIA+ community members are sometimes marginalized within…

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UN Free & Equal Launches Intersex Awareness Campaign

The UN’s Free & Equal Campaign has launched a fantastic new #IntersexAwareness Campaign! The Campaign features extensive resources and information about intersex people, including an Intersex Voices section featuring our E.D. and other #intersex activists who are changing the world. Please share it widely to help educate people and foster love, acceptance, and equality for…

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Read Intersex Narratives in New VOICES Issue

We are very pleased to share “Normalizing Interex”, the latest issue of VOICES: Personal Stories from the Pages of NIB. NIB, The Narrative Inquiry in Bioethics, published these personal narratives from intersex people, including our own Hida Viloria, last year, and they are now openly accessible to all here in VOICES. The narratives focus on our experiences with…

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