interACT in the Washington Post Magazine: “Their Time”

Members of interACT Youth appear in an article in the Washington Post Magazine by Nora Caplan-Bricker, with beautiful photographs by Marvin Joseph.

After generations in the shadows, the intersex rights movement has a message for the world: We aren’t disordered and we aren’t ashamed

Emily Brehob, 24, says:

Recently someone said to me, ‘Do you see yourself as intersex? I knew about your condition, but I always thought you saw yourself as normal.’ I thought that was a big misunderstanding, because to me being intersex is not at all at odds with being normal.

The article highlighted connections between the intersex and LGBT movements, and also connections with the disability rights movement.

Congratulations to interACT for this story!

Read the full article in the Washington Post