A new Intersex Day project promoting human rights actions around Intersex Awareness Day and Intersex Day of Solidarity is presenting long-read commentary works by Morgan Holmes, Betsy Driver, Small Luk and more, as well as a compilation of events for the two intersex days around the world.
- Morgan Holmes is the only surviving intersex participant at the 1996 demonstration that became Intersex Awareness Day.
- Betsy Driver, together with Emi Koyama, established Intersex Awareness Day as a commemoration.
- Small Luk talks about intersex issues and activism in Hong Kong and mainland China.
The project was started by Morgan Carpenter, who is also the president of OII Australia, but the project is not linked to OII Australia.
Visit the Intersex Day website.