Celebrations, Intersex Activist, Intersex Awareness, Intersex History, Intersex People

Intersex People Throughout History: In Honor of Intersex Day of Solidarity and Remembrance

By Mx. Chris Nicholson and Mx. Anunnaki Ray Marquez  November 8th is Intersex Day of Remembrance, also known as Intersex Solidarity Day, an internationally observed civil awareness day designed to highlight issues faced by intersex people. It marks the birthday of Herculine Barbin, a French intersex person whose memoirs were later published by Michel Foucault… Continue reading Intersex People Throughout History: In Honor of Intersex Day of Solidarity and Remembrance

Human Rights, Intersex Awareness, Intersex History, Intersex People, Jim Costich, The Man with the Hidden Playground

Thoughts of an Intersex Man on the Discovery that General Pulaski Was Likely Intersex | By Jim Costich

By James Costich April 8, 2019   It would seem that General Casimir Polaski, Revolutionary war hero serving directly under Washington himself was an intersex man instead of a male man. This is of great interest to intersex people who have been made to feel like lesser human beings. Otherwise, it is of very little… Continue reading Thoughts of an Intersex Man on the Discovery that General Pulaski Was Likely Intersex | By Jim Costich

Cultural Dysphoria, Intersex Awareness, Intersex Erasure, Intersex History, Intersex People, Prejudice

Please do not misgender Revolutionary War Hero, General Casimir Pulaski: Pronouns He/Him

  When I recently learned about General Casimir Pulaski, like when I have discovered other intersex people in history, I become elated and I celebrated.....but it was short lived.  Then my heart sank.  Here we were once again, in our binary world misgendering the past; a past that gave people like me more human rights… Continue reading Please do not misgender Revolutionary War Hero, General Casimir Pulaski: Pronouns He/Him

Hope, Human Rights, Poems, Short Messages

Poem: Can you think outside this male and female box?

  Can you think outside this male and female box? I see the symbols of gender from our past. History proves we walked among you.   I wonder why we did not last. Something must have gone terribly wrong. They banished us from view, and only two stayed strong. The Typical Male and Female. But, if… Continue reading Poem: Can you think outside this male and female box?