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
Intersex Girl My name is Joey and I’m here to say, I am intersex and that’s okay. I love to dance, sing and play football too and that does not make me different than you. I love being me and you love being you, there is so much we can do. We can kick a… Continue reading IAD 2018 Poem: I am an Intersex Girl
My thoughts today and the way I see it. (Revised July 23rd, 2019) I feel that one of the biggest problems society has right now, with the confusion of sex and gender, is that most people conflate anatomical sex with gender identity. After the medical invention of sex in the late 1800s,… Continue reading Cultural Dysphoria: Stop conflating anatomical sex with gender identity.
I was born with intersex variations, here is my autobiography. My body does not comply with 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 sex and gender, I was… Continue reading My thoughts about the Third Gender Box, Gender Neutral or Gender X
Here is my story in short: I believed I was a disorder, a condition, and a syndrome most my life. It took Pidgeon Pagonis, Hida Viloria, Cary Gabriel Costello Ph.D., Tiger Devore Ph.D., Tony Briffa, Buck Angel, Judi Herring, M.D., and many other amazing souls, to help me realize that my adrenal condition, and PCOS,… Continue reading Anunnaki shares his life story
We now know that intersex traits are very common in humans. Some say that the occurrence of intersex traits is as high as 1 in 150. Since this is the case, this an obvious scientific explanation to why we have so many different types of people walking around. We have different sexual orientations, different… Continue reading Why the “I” should come First: I LGBTQA+
Here is my Seahorse Dude, that represents me. I created him December, 30th, 2015. It was my first time experimenting with digital art. I published him for the first time March, 5th, 2016. As you can read in more detail, in the "About Me" section of my website, I was born with many medical issues.… Continue reading The Creation of My Seahorse, and what he means to me.