Cultural Dysphoria, endosexism, Genital Integrity, Hope, Intersex Phobia, Poems

Poem: I am a MAN with a Vagina

I am a Proud Hermaphrodite I am a MAN with a Vagina not the girl your world coerced me to be You ask...... Is it my Penis? Is it my Phallus? Is it my Clitoris? Is it my Phalloclitoris? Is it my Micropenis? Is it my Microphallus? Is it Clitoromegaly? Is it a Pseudo-Penis? Does… Continue reading Poem: I am a MAN with a Vagina

Bridge Building, Freedom, Hope, Intersex Awareness, Intersex People, Self-Determination, Transgender

The Confusion of saying I “Identify as ______,” and a better solution.

I am struggling with language right now. Some are saying they "identify as intersex." I assume they are the variations of intersex that are rarely called "intersex." Such as CAH, Hypospadias, Klinfelters and or XXY people. In this regard, I understand the usage of the phrase "identify as intersex" because many of these variations of… Continue reading The Confusion of saying I “Identify as ______,” and a better solution.

Hope, Human Rights, Poems, Self-Determination

Poem: A Right of Passage

A Right of Passage To allow yourself the freedom to become. To end all inner conflict and fear. To invite yourself home. To love yourself enough to do it. A Right of Passage Many will die if they remain invisible in the mirror. Medical necessity for many is it for you? If yes, a special… Continue reading Poem: A Right of Passage

Bridge Building, Human Rights, Human Rights Violations, Intersex Activist, Intersex Awareness, Questions and Answers, Self-Determination, United Nations

Why Gender X Passport Doesn’t Work For Me.

Why Gender X passport doesn't work for me: It is because of my transgender intersectionality with my Sex not matching my Gender that this X passport does not work for me. My body and physiology appear intersex. I have not had surgeries to change my physiology to appear a male. Yet, I live full-time as… Continue reading Why Gender X Passport Doesn’t Work For Me.

Anonymous Messages, Human Rights Violations, Intersex Awareness, Intersex Cosmetic Surgery, Intersex People

Inner City Intersex Survivor |Written By Anonymous for IAD.

I have often used my blog as a platform to give voice to those who do not feel safe or comfortable sharing who they are. For intersex awareness day this year, I share my forum to a person whose voice and story need to be heard. Together we are stronger, and I believe together we… Continue reading Inner City Intersex Survivor |Written By Anonymous for IAD.

Bridge Building, Intersex inclusion, Interview, Questions and Answers

Including the “I” in LGBTQIA+ Responsibly: My Interview with Nicki Pappas, Podcast Host of Broadening the Narrative

Here is my latest Podcast from Broadening the Narrative. I Had the pleasure of interviewing with Nicki Pappas Podcast Host and Writer about how to add the "I" to LGBTQIA+ with Responsiblity: Podcast: Broadening the Narrative: Including the "I" in LGBTQIA+ Responsibly with Mx. Anunnaki Ray Marquez ***Warning for some graphic language, references to suicide… Continue reading Including the “I” in LGBTQIA+ Responsibly: My Interview with Nicki Pappas, Podcast Host of Broadening the Narrative

endosexism, Poems

Poem: Endosexism

E Ellegant people separating themselves into pink and blue only boxes. N Not knowing they are doing harm conflating sex with gender. D 'Dumb' is not the word to use to describe what they are doing. O 'Open-minded people' learning about this human rights atrocity. S The erasure of our sex with the many names… Continue reading Poem: Endosexism

Hope, Human Rights, Poems

Poem: Mom, please don’t let them kill me.

I was once born an innocent little boy I was reaching out to you with  my heart and soul I begged please don’t let me go Nights were long and lonely * Yet, each day as a girl, they took hold of my hand * As a boy, I could not help you understand you… Continue reading Poem: Mom, please don’t let them kill me.

Intersex Awareness, Intersex People, My Intersex Story, Poems, Self-Determination

Poem: My Sex Traits Don’t Create My Gender Identity

My Sex Traits Don't Create My Gender Identity I am not a non-binary person. I am a man an intersex man My Sex Traits Don't Create My Gender Identity My gender is in my brain and heart. My body is intersex. I have an intersex body. We used to be called hermaphrodites. I am a… Continue reading Poem: My Sex Traits Don’t Create My Gender Identity

Bridge Building, Celebrations, Intersex Activist, Intersex Awareness, Intersex inclusion, Intersex People

The Indivisibility Flag Created For June Pride Month 2021 | By Eliana Rubashkyn (they/them)

Eliana Rubashkyn Creator of The Indivisilibity Flag for June Pride Month 2021 Indivisibility Flag Created by Eliana Rubashkyn for Intersex Inclusion: LGBTQIA+ Eliana Rubashkyn shares about the intersex inclusive flag they created: The indivisibility flag: This flag comes as the realization of repeated frustrations our intersex movement’s experience today, our identities are not understood, often… Continue reading The Indivisibility Flag Created For June Pride Month 2021 | By Eliana Rubashkyn (they/them)