Intersex Awareness Day

26 October


It tells of intersex activism’s pioneering days, and the efforts those first wave intersex activists made to make public what had been denied for decades: it is a public declaration to other intersex people across the globe that they are not alone, there are people who hear you and are willing to reach out a hand of support. Source: a Blog by Leslie Jaye.

Read the Council of Europe paper on Human Rights and Intersex People


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