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How to Add the “I” Responsibly to LGBT+

The Intersex Flag I promote.

I am often asked how can we add the “I” responsibly to LGBT+.  Here is how:

Below are three pages to print, and several important links that you will need to use as references and/or add to your webpage if you want to become intersex responsibly inclusive.  

It is so important that the parents of intersex children, and all us intersex people, are guided to informed and safe people that will reinforce that “No Body is Shameful”, genital integrity, and that intersex is about having a bodily variation and not a condition, disorder or syndrome.  Most importantly, these links and organizations below support that  an intersex child has the human right to their own self-determination of gender:  

Four PDF Files to print:

1) United Nations INTERSEX Factsheet from United Nations

2) Brief Guidelines for Intersex Allies 

3) Your Beautiful Child, Information for Parents 

4) To Change Medical Policies: Intersex Affirming Hospital Policies By IntersexACT and Lambda Legal

Links to add and make available on your websites or social media: 

1) Intersex Campaign for Equality: IC4E

2) Intersex Justice Project

3) Intersex Human Rights Australia; ihra

4) Organization Intersex International (World Wide Lists)

5) Houston Intersex Society

6) InterACT Advocates for Intersex Youth:

7)  (Stop Intersex Genital Mutilation)  

8) Mx. Anunnaki Ray Gender/INTERSEX Activist, Educator, Writer and Speaker

Facebook Support Group:  Intersex Support for Parents (Closed FaceBook Group)

For those outside of the United States: 

A list of:  Wold Wide Advocacy and Support for Intersex People.

Thank you for helping us to change this world! 

Imagine What Seven Billion

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My thoughts about why we should add the “I” now:  Why I feel INTERSEX should be added to the LGBTQ rainbow

In this Rainbow Talk at the 2016 ILGA World Conference, Mani Bruce Mitchell speaks about intersex human rights, and reminds us why we must not leave out the “I” in our advocacy efforts






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