Dr Jessica Cadwallader of the Somatechnics Research Centre at Macquarie University has given OII Australia kind permission to provide the PDF of the paper she presented at the Regulating the Sexed Body: Circumcision, Genital Modification and Cosmetic Surgery public lecture at the University of Technology, Sydney. OII applauds Dr Cadwallader’s support for intersex people to… Read more →
Two recent audio and video articles featuring intersex caused by Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals (EDCs) have been drawn to our attention, one released by the U.S. Geological Survey and the other by the Public Broadcasting Service: PBS – Endocrine Disruptors: Today’s Canary in the Coal Mine? USGS – Endocrine Disruption: Sex-Changing Fish and More Quotes: Steve… Read more →
We have found this remarkable magazine article, published in Physical Culture magazine in January 1937, during our online forays while looking for more information about Lili Elbe. Donald Furthman Wickets is the nom de plume of George Sylvester Viereck. Can Sex in Humans Be Changed? By Donald Furthman Wickets ALL the old landmarks are going,… Read more →
Download a copy of this book review as a PDF Published autobiographies written by intersex people are rare. Socially-imposed guilt and shame at being born intersex have led to fewer such books being published than one might wish for – we can learn so much from how others like us have lived. I’d always known… Read more →
OII Australia wishes to extend its sincere thanks and appreciation to law firm Gilbert + Tobin for their invaluable help in establishing Organisation Intersex International in Australia. We especially wish to thank Darren Fittler and his assistant Tamara Sim for assistance with incorporation, and Lauren Eade and Lisa Lennon for trademark research. Gilbert + Tobin… Read more →
OII is working to end NON-CONSENSUAL normalization treatments of intersex children and adults without consultation with the individual intersex person. We oppose all consensus statements, especially those without representation of intersex people as equal stakeholders in the consensus. We have no desire for any consensus statement because intersex people do not agree on: The exact… Read more →
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