Film, TV and video (page 2 of 6)

Film, TV and video about intersex people and issues.

Anick, filmed for the BBC

Meet Anick in ‘The Intersex Diaries’

Anick talks in a series of video and audio features with the BBC about his life, meeting other intersex people and his final surgery. Anick and Morgan (IHRA) were also interviewed by RightsInfo.

Jenny Brockie, on SBS Insight

SBS Insight screen episode on intersex people and medicine

In November 2017, SBS Insight screened a program on the medicalisation of intersex people. Several IHRA members and directors participated, as well as parents and clinicians. The full episode is available to view online.

Caduceus

Clinical opposition to early intersex medical interventions

Clinicians are increasingly raising their voices in opposition to forced and coercive interventions, including Physicians for Human Rights and the Board of Trustees of the American Medical Association. More action is needed – particularly in Australia.

Parliament, 2017

Parliamentary Friendship Group breakfast for Intersex Awareness Day

OII Australia was pleased to participate alongside the AIS Support Group Australia held a breakfast and panel at Australia’s federal Parliament House in Canberra on 19 October. The event took place on the last joint (House and Senate) Parliamentary sitting day before Intersex Awareness Day on 26 October. Around 20 Senators and Members of the…
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RightsTalk, 22 February 2017: Anna Brown, Imam Nur Warsame, Morgan Carpenter, and Ed Santow

Morgan Carpenter: RightsTalk on protecting the rights of intersex people

On 22 February 2017, co-executive director Morgan Carpenter spoke at an Australian Human Rights Commission RightsTalk, on “Creating Equality – The Role of Law in Protecting SOGII Rights”. The event was hosted by Human Rights Commissioner Ed Santow, with Anna Brown, Director of Advocacy and Strategic Litigation, Human Right Law Centre and Imam Nur Warsame,…
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Amanda Saenz and Bailey De young

Celebrating intersex firsts on TV

The MTV series “Faking It” is smashing records when it comes to intersex representation in the media. Historically, fictional TV and film representations have typically presented intersex people as either murderers, medical dilemmas or a prop for malicious rumours. Accurate and positive representations are rare, so Faking It marks a very significant shift, and we’d…
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Arcus Forum event flyer

Morgan Carpenter speaks at Arcus forum: “invisible no more”

Morgan Carpenter has been invited to speak on a panel on the international intersex human rights movement, presented at the conference Creating Change in Chicago, USA. Morgan spoke alongside Natasha Jímenez (Costa Rica), Julius Kaggwa (Uganda), Hiker Chiu (Taiwan), Silvan Agius (Malta) and Kimberly Zieselmen (US). Chicago, Illinois, USA. 22 January 2016. Invisible No More,…
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Phoebe Hart in a still from her movie

Phoebe Hart writes on media coverage of intersex

In the wake of some objectifying news coverage of intersex bodies in Australian, UK and international media, Phoebe Hart of the AISSGA writes an important piece on “My intersex body: more than an object of fascination or repulsion to be ‘fixed’” in the UK Independent newspaper.

Bonnie Hart

Bonnie Hart talks about intersex

Bonnie Hart, artist and president of AISSGA, speaks about intersex in this beautiful short video, as part of the QLives project.

What it's like to be intersex - participants in the interACT Buzzfeed video

What it’s like to be intersex

“Guess which one of us has testes?” A great introductory video by Interact and Buzzfeed, in the US. It features Emily Quinn, an XY woman; Alice Alvarez; Pidgeon Pagonis, a queer, gender non-conforming intersex person; and Sean Saifa Wall, a black intersex man.