Celebrations, Intersex Awareness, Questions and Answers, Self-Determination

I am a SEAHORSE Dad

For fun, I compare myself to a seahorse dad.  For it is the seahorse dads who give birth.   Yes, I am a gestational father, a term I got from my intersex friend.  I am an intersex person, who identifies as being a man and gender nonconforming because my body is not male.  My body… Continue reading I am a SEAHORSE Dad

Prejudice

Where is A Safe Place?

Written October 2015 I was born an intersex person.  I was declared female at birth.  I am now 10 months, and 2 weeks into reclaiming my true gender male.  Although I also identify as being a non-binary male.  I started my transition to my true gender at forty-six years old.  I remain with my dedicated… Continue reading Where is A Safe Place?

Human Rights Violations, Questions and Answers, Self-Determination

I am an Emerging Gender/Intersex Activist

As an intersex survivor, it is my commitment to join other intersex or social activist, in helping  to show this world that little intersex children should not be harmed any more.  I am now dedicated to do this with Judi Herring, M.D., and with the new friendships,  mentorship  and wisdom of several intersex activists who… Continue reading I am an Emerging Gender/Intersex Activist

Intersex Awareness

Guidelines For Intersex Allies

Here are Links Below for Guidelines For INTERSEX ALLIES:  Brief Guidelines For Intersex Allies "The world’s not just black or white, blond or brunette, male or female. Intersex people exist, bursting the binary bubble that keeps us humans, so separate." By Claudia Astorino and Hida Viloria 2012 Intersex Campaign For Equality AKA Organization Intersex International… Continue reading Guidelines For Intersex Allies