#IntersexyFat Georgiann Davis writes on the intersectionalities between being intersex and being fat.
Julius Kaggwa describes the need for advocacy, medical and psychological support for intersex people in Uganda, and the work of SIPD Uganda.
Focusing on what we share in common: boxes and identity, harmful practices, activism and pinkwashing in Australia, by Morgan Carpenter.
Medical discourse on intersex voices is an integral part of the management of intersex bodies – Janik Bastien Charlebois.
Aleksander Berezkin on how intersex people have shifted from being imperial curiosities to people with disabilities, and on creating new, non-pathologising ways of being intersex.
Laura Inter on the situation facing intersex people in Mexico: similar problems with local quirks.
Morgan Holmes writes on when she and Max Beck went to Boston and put adult faces on intersex cases.
Şerife and Belgin talk with Kaos-GL about the situation of intersex people in Turkey, bodily interventions without consent and the influences of these on activism.
On 8 November, the Human Rights Commission of the Federal District of Mexico City (CDHDF) called for authorities to defend the rights of intersex people.
The UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights has published a new awareness raising website calling for protection of intersex children and adults from harmful practices.
The UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights has published a joint statement calling on governments protect intersex children and adults from human rights violations.
Iranti-org in South Africa share this video, the story of Abraham and Dimakatso Sebidi, for Intersex Solidarity Day.
The Interface Project has published a new video with Natasha Jiménez Mata from Costa Rica, director of Mulabi and ILGA Intersex Secretariat.
Multiple statements have been published for Intersex Day of Remembrance, honouring elders and Herculine Barbin, including by Bonnie Hart, OII-USA and Christof Rolker.
Portuguese organisation API-Identidade has released a statement calling for a shift from awareness to solidarity.
On 8 November, Intersex Day of Solidarity, OII Europe launched a new site with information on intersex in 23 languages.
What can you do to mark Intersex Awareness Day or Intersex Day of Solidarity, and promote human rights for intersex people?
A joint consensus statement for Australia and Aotearoa/New Zealand, March 2017.
The statement of the Third International Intersex Forum, December 2013.
About intersex: Intersex people are born with sex characteristics that don’t meet medical and social norms for female or male bodies.