Speaking and Other Services

AnnunakiRaysqAnnual TEDx Jacksonville Conference October 20th, 2018


My Services:

  1. Educational Keynote Presentations 

  2. Educational Interactive Workshops 

  3. Webinars 

  4. Educational Mentorship:  Private Consultations by Phone or Google Hangouts.

  5. Interviews  

  6. Parent Mentorship  & Child-Friendly Intersex Education

    Parents of Intersex Children please join: Closed Facebook Group: Intersex Support for Parents  (This group was founded by Tiescha Thomasson a mother of an intersex girl.  Administrated by Mx. Anunnaki Ray and many other experienced Intersex Advocates).  

My Educational Keynote Presentations, Workshops, & Webinars can include:

  • My Intersex Story
  • Intersex 101
  • Intersex Human Rights Violations and the Moral Imperative of the Self-
  • Determination of gender.
  • A Common Language to help promote the change of culture for intersex and transgender people.
  • LGBTQIA+ Human Sexuality:  Creating a Common Language that includes Intersex
  • Non-Conforming Gender Identities
  • The Basic Science Of Being Born Intersex
  • How To Become an Intersex Messenger & Ally
  • My Intersex Birth Certificate in a Male/Female only world and the responsibility necessary when creating a third designation. 
  • The Difference Between Intersex and Transgender and how some intersex people are both.
  • Adding the ‘I” responsibly to LGBT.
  • Gender Identity,  Autism Spectrum, and Co-morbid Diagnosis.
  • Intersex People in History 
  • Faith and Intersex 

Custom Details:

  • Talks can be modified to an audience’s maturity.
  • Custom Made Focus Upon demand.

Booking Contact: anunnakray@outlook.com  

I will forward you a proposal:  


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I am an Intersex Survivor:

I emancipated my true gender in 2014, after being assigned the wrong gender at birth.  Here is my autobiography.   I started giving education talks in 2015.   This is my life work and passion to help children born like me.

What is Intersex?

According to the United Nations’ Intersex Fact Sheet: Intersex people are born with sex characteristics that do not fit typical binary notions of male or female bodies. Intersex is an umbrella term used to describe a wide range of intersex natural bodily variations, hormonal variations, and chromosomal variations. In some cases, intersex traits are visible at birth while in others, they are not apparent until puberty or may not be physically apparent at all.  Even though 1.7% of the population is born intersex, about the same number of people born with red hair, the term intersex is not well understood.  Us intersex people have been erased in many ways from the view of society.  This is why education is crucial so that we can change society and make this world a safer place for all of us.


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Why I Saved My life and Now Help Others:

Below is an audio clip, from the PFLAG National Conference October 2017,  where I share how I did not commit suicide, and how Buck Angel a famous transexual man helped me decide to live instead of ending my life.

Audio Clip from PFLAG National Conference in Portland, October 2017

Here is the link to my first talk, in September 2015, where I am very new to public speaker, on Youtube: My First Talk   I have now presented over eight-teen times. You can see what I am up to, and past engagements below.


Future Engagements for 2018:

Past Engagements (Most Recent to first)
  • May 8th, 2018 – I educated with Jeffrey Goldhagen, M.D., to Smith Hulsey and Busey Florida’s Healthcare Law Firm at their 2018 Healthcare Law and Management Symposium. 
  • March 7, 2018 –  Born Intersex in the USA Webinar and Discussion with Rockford, Illinois PFLAG Chapter.
Founder & President of Rockford PFLAG Chapter: Phyllis Gallisath with me for National PFLAG Conference in Oregon, 2017.
  • October 27, 2017 – Private Conference for UF College of Medicine for Pediatric Urologist.  Supported by Jeffrey Goldhagen, M.D and RayKay Santa:  Born Intersex in the USA.


  • October 26th, 2017 – Lunch Engagement for Intersex Awareness Day, with UNF LGBT Resource Center.


  • October 22, 2017, 8:00 am to 9:30 am – PFLAG National Conference in Portland, Oregon.:  Understanding Intersex and the Moral Imperative of Self-Determination:  Judi Herring, MD and Anunnaki Ray, Gender/Intersex Activist: Educator, Writer, & Speaker.




  • MOSH, June, 24, 2017;  MOSH PRIDE Celebration Day:  Born Intersex: My Story & the Value of Inclusion. A  Public Presentation in their Planetarium.    
  • MOSH, April 16,  2017;  Private Presentation to the Executive Director and administration.
  • MOSH (Museum of Science and History in Jacksonville), March 6, 2017;  Private Presentation regarding  MOSH Intersex Education and the problems with Bathrooms.
  • All World Acres,  April 23 and 24, 2017:  All World Acres, Plant City, Florida, 2 Day Workshop:  Day 1:  My Intersex Story & the Value of Inclusion.   Day 2:  Presented with my husband James Bunce and shared our love story with questions and answers.


Thank you, Sarah Palm, for opening the door to All World Acres.
  • All World Acres,  April 23 and 24, 2017:  All World Acres, Plant City, Florida, 2 Day Workshop:  Day 1:  My Intersex Story & the Value of Inclusion.   Day 2:  Presented with my husband James Bunce and shared our love story with questions and answers.
  • All World Acres,  March 11, 2017:  Rainbow Festival at All World Acres, in Plant City, Florida:  My Intersex Story & the Value of Inclusion.   
  • PFLAG Jacksonville, Jan. 19th, 2017: Public Presentation: My Story & the Value of Inclusion.    
  • JASMYN, May 24, 2016:  Private Presentation: Educating the Director for possible future presentations.
  • Florida State College at Jacksonville, Dec. 1, 2016:   Presented solo, to the Student Psychological Society, and Erin Vest Roger’s Class.
  • Florida State College at Jacksonville, March 16, 2016: Presented with Judi Herring, M.D.,  to the Student Psychological Society and  Erin Vest Roger’s Class.
  • University of Northern Florida, Feb, 25th, 2016:  Presented with Judi Herring, M.D.,  on leading and listening with care as part of the Taylor Leadership Institute Speakers Bureau, in collaboration with UNF LGBT Resource Center.
  • Pensacola Law School in Jacksonville Florida, with Judi Herring M.D., End of 2015: We were a part of a panel talking about bathroom laws and educating about intersex.
  • Buckman Bridge Unitarian Universalist Church, Sept. 6, 2015:  Listen with care Build Bridges of Understanding:  Presented with Judi Herring, M.D., on listening with care, and sharing my intersex story for the first time.  I have also helped educate BBUUC’s OWL Class on Intersex in 2016.  Here is the link to my first talk on Youtube: My First Talk

Testimonials (most recent first):

Review of Intersex Presentation to PFLAG Rockford group on March 5, 2018
Mx. Anunnaki’s engaging video-conference intersex presentation took us on an incredible journey to begin to understand how we need to be more inclusive of the “I” in LGBTQIA. Mx. Anunnaki’s personal passions and investment on this topic shined as he used his life experiences to enlighten and inform us. Although a video-conference call is not always personable, that wasn’t an issue since he captivated us by offering his wisdom, authentic self and powerful vulnerability during the presentation.
Mx. Anunnaki’s hour-long presentation was full of valuable information. Using statistics, he relayed that there are just as many intersex individuals as there are redheads! He detailed the many variations in characteristics that make a person intersex, from physical traits to chromosome patterns. He provided that these are separate from sexual orientation and gender identity so we could understand that there’s different factors involved and each person is unique. After defining intersex, we were informed of the medical treatments (or lack thereof) and astonishing discriminations that intersex people experience.
One of my favorite parts of Mx. Anunnaki’s presentation was when he dove into the history of how intersex persons have been treated. I enjoyed learning how previous cultures have celebrated intersexed individuals, like the Egyptians. I also loved how he included beautiful images, like the 16th-century painting titled “The Bearded Woman” to get us to understand the historical aspect of intersex individuals. The research Mx. Anunnaki performed for this presentation is impressive!
Our group appreciated how real and honest Mx. Anunnaki made his presentation. Getting a glimpse into Mx. Anunnaki’s life, from his tragic past experiences and ill-treatment to his current loving family life, brought us closer to understanding him and his message. His perseverance and dedication to educate people on this topic is inspiring. He brings so much hope and uplifting messages for the changes that need to happen for the intersex community.
We deeply appreciate Mx. Anunnaki’s video-conference presentation and the fact sheet handout he provided (we can add it to our group’s resources). After attending this presentation, I know PFLAG Rockford sees the world differently. We are empowered with information and awareness on intersex individuals so we can be more inclusive and make changes within our community.
-Review written by Amber Kresol, PFLAG Rockford, Illinois, Board Member:  March, 5, 2018


At a PFLAG meeting, Mx. Annunaki Ray gave a presentation, “Born Intersex in the USA: My Story and the Value of Inclusion”, it was a heartfelt, educational and impactful experience for me.  He addressed the issues around Intersex, the good, the bad, and the ugly with love and care. He spoke with clarity, humor, and respect. At one point I became emotional and cried.  His message of responsibly including the “I” in the LGBTQ letters prompted PFLAG of Jacksonville to make him Director of Intersex/Gender Education. Mx. Annunaki Ray’s honesty while sharing his experience was a powerful influence in motivating me to become more involved in promoting Intersex Awareness.
 -Elizabeth Garcia  Jacksonville, Florida:  Jan. 19, 2017


I have had the privilege to hear Mx. Annunaki Ray give two presentations, “Listen with Care: Building Bridges of Understanding”, as well as a follow up small group presentation during an adult educational class. His talks brought about a broad understanding of what it means to be born intersex. He led with his heart and spoke from a reality few of us can even imagine about being born intersex. Hearing his personal story as well as the detailed education has brought about my own personal growth and a shared advocacy. Mx. Annunaki Ray’s pure love and desire for truth make for a powerfully motivating speaker whose words will continue challenge and influence Intersex awareness and changes for years to come. Every listening ear is sure to be influenced.
-Colleen Goodwin, RN, MHA Jacksonville Florida: Oct. 10, 2017  


Mx. Anunnaki Ray is deeply dedicated to educating the word on Intersex.  He is driven to deliver a message that will open eyes, and help all those in need of support. He truly inspires and is making a dent in past perceptions.
– Tiescha Thomasson, mother of Joey, an XY intersex girl and founder of Intersex Support for Parents, a Facebook Group.  Jacksonville Florida:  October 26, 2017


Anunnaki is one of the most passionate, informed, and motivational speakers I have ever met. His ability to speak his truth and educate at the same time will leave you motivated to take action. He is especially skilled at helping the audience feel connected and unafraid to ask questions. His gentle and assertive way of connecting with his audience helps deliver his powerful message of hope. If you are lucky enough to hear him speak, your life will be changed.
– Kristie Overstreet Ph.D., LPCC, LMHC, CST Huntington Beach, CA:  November 1, 2017




Booking Contact: anunnakiray@outlook.com