The Court Called the Caster Semenya Ruling 'Necessary' Discrimination

A court has ruled that discrimination against intersex athletes is acceptable based on "theoretical" advantages. Now what?


I’m Intersex and Wish the Gender Recognition Act Was More Inclusive

Intersex people are assigned gender markers that damage our wellbeing, and even the UK's progressive reforms of the GRA don't address this.


Fish Becoming 'Intersex' Because of Flushed Contraceptive Pills

Which doesn't sound great!


A New Ruling Allows Female Athletes with High Testosterone Levels to Compete

Indian sprinter Dutee Chand was cleared to compete, despite her hyperandrogenism.


What Will Malta’s New Intersex Law Mean for the Rest of the World?

We asked the chairperson of the Organisation Intersex International if it might inspire the US and others to catch up.


​A Group of Ugandans Are Shattering Stigma with the Country’s First LGBTI Zine

"This is a battlefield. Some fight on, some flee, some die. We are fighting for a free country. For the future."


The Story of Claudette, Geneva's Intersex Prostitute

Claudette is 76, a keen cyclist, sex workers rights activist and my friend.


I'm Intersex and My Body Works Just Fine, Thank You

People need to become more accepting so doctors stop trying to "fix" us, says Emily Quinn.


Hey Doctors, Stop Operating On Intersex Babies

The UKIA activist group is campaigning for better rights for British intersex people.