Esan Regmi describes his early life, and his activism and organising in Nepal, including the first national intersex meeting.
Memories and remembrances of an intersex survivor in the UK, by Leslie Jaye.
Julius Kaggwa describes the need for advocacy, medical and psychological support for intersex people in Uganda, and the work of SIPD Uganda.
Laura Inter on the situation facing intersex people in Mexico: similar problems with local quirks.
Mauro Cabral Grinspan draws a line between the marks on his flesh and the words that clinicians use to define and treat intersex bodies.
Nthabiseng Mokoena writes about Sally Gross, the NGO Industrial Complex, and being an intersex activist in South Africa.
Small Luk, the founder of an intersex group in Hong Kong, talks about the intersex movement in Hong Kong and mainland China.
What little we know of Herculine Barbin has all but obscured the person, writes Leslie Jaye. Her birthday is now marked as Intersex Day of Solidarity.
Morgan Holmes writes on when she and Max Beck went to Boston and put adult faces on intersex cases.
Betsy Driver: the first Intersex Awareness Day took place in 2004. It was two people and an email exchange.