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“I Really Have to Go”

March 24th, 2015|

“Hold on honey,” I imagine myself saying to one of my daughters as I veer from a stream of hurried travelers at the crowded Dallas airport and head toward a desperately needed women’s restroom after a long flight from Boston. “Stay here with daddy for a few minutes while mommy uses the restroom, be right

Mani’s Annual Birthday Post: Ashes to Ashes, A Call for a New Paradigm

March 10th, 2015|

For the last few years I have written a piece for AIC reflecting on my birthday and I want to do the same this year. It’s hard to know where to start. I come to this birthday with a heavy heart as my long-time colleague and fellow intersex activist Sally Gross will not join me

Confronting Goliath Without a Stone

March 10th, 2015|

  Last week, something revolutionary happened on television. AIC President, Sean Saifa Wall, confronted the surgeon who removed his internal testes when he was 13 -- Dr. Terry Hensle--and it was all captured by ABC's Nightline. Saifa reflected on his Facebook page the next morning:   "To my intersex friends and comrades, Despite the lack

AIC Guest Blog | Kitty Anderson, Intersex Iceland

October 27th, 2014|

Yesterday was Intersex Awareness Day. AIC teamed up with Kitty Anderson, Chair of Intersex Iceland, to create a post in which Kitty shares their story of how a small group of people can change the world! Before Intersex Iceland, little else was known besides that one surgery a year was performed to determine an intersex

Turning the Lens Inward: Sean Saifa Wall

October 15th, 2014|

AIC’s Blog Series, “Turning the Lens Inward,” features interviews with some of the key leaders and supporters who have helped make AIC the strong organization we are today! The third installment comes from AIC’s Board President, Sean Saifa Wall, and gives readers a glimpse of what Saifa believes are some of the intersex communities biggest

M.C. Case Update – 4th Circuit Hearing

September 23rd, 2014|

AIC’s Legal Director Anne Tamar-Mattis headed into the courtroom in the 4th Circuit last Wednesday for a hearing in the MC case, along with co-counsel Kristi Graunke from the Southern Poverty Law Center and Raisa Michalek and John Lovi from Steptoe & Johnson. A ruling is expected in the coming months. Looking for more info

AIC plays a role this season in MTV’s new hit show, Faking it!

September 12th, 2014|

About a year ago I was contacted about a new show set to premiere that was invested  in writing an intersex plot line about one of it’s main characters. I was skeptical, to say the least, that this was just another sensationalist trivialization of intersex people’s experiences. Feeling a large responsibility to represent and defend

Turning the Lens Inward: Meg

August 20th, 2014|

AIC is proud to share the second in a series of interviews with key leaders and supporters who have helped make AIC the strong organization we are today! Meg, one of our key supporters, shares part of her journey as the next story in AIC’s series, Turning the Lens Inward.   I first heard about