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Sex-Positive = Intersex-Positive in Huffington Post

Sex-Positive = Intersex-Positive in Huffington Post

 
 
Our E.D.’s latest essay, “Remember: Sex-Positive = Intersex-Positive,” in Huffington Post Queer Voices, examines the intersectionality of feminism and intersex issues by exploring medical and social views towards clitoral reduction surgeries on intersex baby girls and future women. Enjoy and please share widely to educate about how intersex issues are feminist issues.


http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/sex-positive-intersex-positive_us_58e6d8d7e4b0acd784ca56cd?ncid=engmodushpmg00000003

Our E.D. Hida Viloria in Rolling Stone magazine!

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! Continue Reading

E.D. Viloria in The Daily Beast on Intersex Discrimination by the TSA

E.D. Viloria in The Daily Beast on Intersex Discrimination by the TSA

  Our E.D. Hida Viloria discusses how some intersex people are discriminated against by the TSA simply because of the sex characteristics we were born with in he/r latest essay “Fear of Flying–or at Least the TSA–While Intersex.” We thank The Daily Beast for helping to bring attention to the discrimination intersex people face by… Continue Reading

Intersex activist re-evaluates female body norms in Buzzfeed

Intersex activist re-evaluates female body norms in Buzzfeed

“If I take out my implants, I wonder if I may set an example for the next generation of girls in my family that breasts do not define our femininity.” — Arisleyda Dilone Doctors perform irreversible medically unnecessary surgeries and other treatments, known as Intersex Genital Mutilation (IGM) on intersex babies to make them conform… Continue Reading

Our E.D.’s Intersex Memoir Hits Stores Tomorrow!

Our E.D.’s Intersex Memoir Hits Stores Tomorrow!

In a world that desperately needs to hear intersex stories, we are thrilled that tomorrow, March 14th, our E.D. Hida Viloria’s memoir, Born Both: An Intersex Life, will become the first book by an intersex author to be published by a Big Four publisher! This sends a strong message that people want intersex voices to… Continue Reading

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 piece 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 States–that was actually our own Dana… Continue Reading

Model Hanne Gaby Odiele comes out as intersex!

Model Hanne Gaby Odiele comes out as intersex!

As outlined in USA Today, model Hanne Gaby Odiele has come out as intersex– hurray! She did so, like all intersex advocates, to shine a light on the human rights abuse of nonconsensual cosmetic infant surgeries, aka Intersex Genital Mutilation (IGM), and to advocate for an end to the practice. As Odiele told USA Today:… Continue Reading

Global Intersex Activists & The Guardian on Intersex Birth Certificates

Global Intersex Activists & The Guardian on Intersex Birth Certificates

Bravo to Sara Kelly Keenan and to The Guardian for this respectfully written and well researched article, featuring fantastic interviews with Keenan–the first U.S. citizen to be issued an “intersex” birth certificate (from New York City)–her husband, and others. We have long spoken about the fact that in order for nonconsensual surgeries, aka Intersex Genital… Continue Reading

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