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.
Morgan Carpenter of OII Australia wrote on “Why Intersex Awareness Day is Important” at the Star Observer newspaper, considering issues of stigma and social justice.
For Intersex Awareness Day 2014, the Senate of Berlin, Germany, called for self-determination for intersex people.
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.
The statement of the Third International Intersex Forum, December 2013.
Austrian organization HOSI held an event for Intersex Day of Solidarity in Salzburg, on November 4, 2013.
IVIM (OII-Deutschland) screened the movie Intersexion to mark Intersex Solidarity Day, 2013.
About intersex: Intersex people are born with sex characteristics that don’t meet medical and social norms for female or male bodies.
Zwischengeschlecht in Switzerland mark the 10th anniversary of Intersex Awareness Day, in 2013, with an article, “Boston ’96 was a PROTEST!”
Morgan Carpenter, OII Australia president, wrote on recent legislative change, and a national Senate committee report, “Involuntary or coerced sterilisation of intersex people in Australia”, released on October 25, 2013.
Anne Tamar-Mattis, Executive Director of Advocates for Informed Choice (now InterACT), wrote a guest post at GLAAD, reviewing recent US and international developments.