Morgan Carpenter’s Intersex Awareness Day talk at UTS: “Thinking outside the box”
On 26 October, Intersex Awareness Day, co-chair Morgan Carpenter gave a talk at UTS entitled “Intersex, thinking outside the box: intersex, identity, harmful practices and 20 years of activism.”
Date: Wednesday 26 October, 2016
Time: 12 to 1pm
Location: CB08.02.002 (the Dr Chau Chak Wing Building)
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This event was kindly supported by the UTS Equity and Diversity Unit.
An extract of Morgan’s speech was published by Archer Magazine, with the full version published at the Intersex Day Project:
What really matters is that we are able to make connections with our peers, and that we can dismantle the systems that cause shame and stigma. We share much in common with LGBT communities; we are more likely to be same sex attracted or transgender than non-intersex people, but our distinct issues need specific attention.
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