A series of posts on the InterACT blog explore the meaning of Intersex Awareness Day.
Advocates for Informed Choice and the Council for Global Equality are holding a workshop for U.S. government employees in Washington, D.C. hosted by USAID.
Claudia Astorino, intersex activist and writer, is speaking at an annual Intersex Awareness Day event at Please in Brooklyn, New York on Sunday 25 October.
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.
The City of Houston, Texas, will mark Intersex Awareness Day by lighting the City Hall in lime green, accompanied by a talk at 7pm on Sunday 25 October.
In early November 2014, OII-Francophonie held an intersex visibility week.
Ross Murray at GLAAD posted a range of US links and videos for Intersex Awareness Day, 2014.
Jim Ambrose of The Interface Project posted an article on “So, It’s Intersex Awareness Day and What Have We Done?” It combines historical analysis with a discussion of recent events.
On October 31, 2014, the Human Rights Commission of the Federal District, Mexico, held a forum on “Inter Visibilidad, Visibility Intersex”.
Claudia Astorino and musician Dalea Rundblad spoke at Bluestockings Bookstore on October 22, 2014, followed by an event at New York University on October 24.
Anne Tamar-Mattis, Executive Director of Advocates for Informed Choice (now InterACT), wrote a guest post at GLAAD, reviewing recent US and international developments.