Tuesday, July 28, 2015

#LetDuteeRun: Now She Will!

Dutee Chand, Indian sprinter, has been granted the right to compete in the Olympics by the Olympic governing committee, the IAAF. This is huge news!

Congrats, Dutee! You can read about the decision here, from the New York Times.

Thank you to everyone who worked on the #LetDuteeRun campaign and helping to right discrimination against women with high testosterone levels in professional sports! <3

Thursday, July 23, 2015

New Everyone Is Gay Post!: Being an Active Intersex Ally

Hey, everyone! I answered a question on Everyone Is Gay, on how intersex allies can get more involved in intersex activism - what do you need to know, and how do you go about doing it? Check out my post for some great ways to get started!


Thursday, July 9, 2015

Marriage and Intersex Identity: Exploring This Relationship Post-Marriage Equality in the US

Hi, everyone! My colleague - sociologist and intersex scholar, Georgiann Davis - wrote a piece for Chronicle magazine exploring how marriage has traditionally been used as a means to validate intersex peoples’ gender identity, whether assigned or as one authentically identifies, and if/how marriage equality complicates this relationship. I think it's smart and great, and really worth reading. Check it out!