Rainbow School, with the support of the Council of Europe, organizes a campaign, asking all the Organizations of Civil Society, and individuals who comprehends the benefits and the necessity of sex education, to sign this text and to contribute to the campaign Moving Forward!
The What We Wish brochure series tells the public what intersex people wish others in their lives knew.
My name is Ori and I am 14 and in 9th grade. I identify as intersex, trans and non binary. My pronouns are they/them.
Are you male or female? This seems to be a simple question, but drawing on her personal experience and research in the intersex community, Georgiann Davis tells us why it isn’t.
Do you know what it means to be born intersex? The experiences and lives of intersex people are diverse, but here are some lessons this author has learned that everyone should know about.
Intersex children need what every child needs: unconditional love, visibility, inclusion and support for their psychosomatic integrity. For a world that will contain us all, without discrimination and gender-based violence.
I am writing to offer some basic advice to the parents of intersex children… I was born in Mexico City 30 years ago. I was born with what doctors call “ambiguous genitals”…