I have an intersex cousin who was born about ten years after me. They allowed a surgeon to cut off their child’s phallus for no good reason. They allowed themselves to be talked into the utterly crazy belief that all there is to being a woman is to be missing a penis. Worse, this surgeon…… Continue reading Being rejected by my family because of what I represent when I speak up for my intersex cousin who was mutilated.
Stop Cutting us With Steel We are not a myth, We are real. We are hermaphrodites. To be cut by blade, and by steel. To be erased, by this cruel world. That is threatened by our existence. We are not myth, We are real. We are hermaphrodites. That word HERMAPHRODITE you even destroyed that too!…… Continue reading Poem: Stop Cutting us With Steel
Normalizing interventions done to our bodies and to our minds. Unthinkable, and yet it is still allowed to happen. Unthinkable, and yet the medical complex still gets away with it. And here we are having to stay calm! When it is simply unthinkable! Here we are trying to teach you, so that culture will stop doing…… Continue reading Poem: STOP the Unthinkable!
MX. ANUNNAKI RAY, GENDER/INTERSEX ACTIVIST: EDUCATOR, WRITER & SPEAKER·WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 2017 My thoughts for the day: Language is very important, and language can do harm. Here is one example to why: The biggest priority most intersex activist/advocates/educators have, like myself, is decreasing genital mutilation in babies born with intersex traits and decreasing our bodies…… Continue reading The difference between transgender and intersex and the harm that wrong language can bring
I was born with intersex variations, here is my autobiography. My body does not comply to the rules that would put me into either the biological male box, or the biological female box. So at my birth, and during my life, and up until the emancipation of my true gender, I was forced, mostly…… Continue reading My thoughts about the Third Gender Box and Gender X
I was never in the wrong body How dare this world try to tell others they are in the wrong body too. It makes me angry. It makes me sad. I almost believed your lies. For a life time you tried to fix me! . I was born in the right body. Don’t try…… Continue reading Poem: I was never in the wrong body. (With 5 Intersex flags from around the world.)