Ambivalent attention and indeterminate outcomes: constructing intersex and DSD in Australian data
Morgan Carpenter, May 2022
Click here to read paper.
Perinatal Care for Trans and Nonbinary People Birthing in Heteronormative “Maternity” Services: Experiences and Educational Needs of Professionals.
Pezaro, S., Crowther, R., Pearce, G., Jowett, A., Godfrey-Isaacs, L., Samuels, I., & Valentine, V. (2022).
Gender & Society, 0(0).
https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/08912432221138086 – open access.
ACT Releases Australian-First Draft Law to Protect Intersex Children from Irreversible Medical Harm.
Kennedy, Aileen, Alice de Jonge, and Morgan Carpenter
The Conversation, 15 June 2022.
Mapping Intersex Study at DCU: Report of findings
The report uncovers the lived experiences of those with intersex/variations of sex characteristics (I/VSC), their partners and the health care professionals who care for them in Ireland. It sets this analysis in the context of the legal response to I/VSC in order to determine how Ireland meets its obligations towards those with I/VSC. The report brings together an understanding of I/VSC from the perspectives of sociological, medical and legal disciplines. It paints a comprehensive picture of the current state of I/VSC in Ireland.
Link to the publications section of the project website where you can find the link to the report. As more publications and resources emerge, they will be posted on this page. https://www.dcu.ie/intersex/publications
Reprofutures have produced 3 resources:
1) a support guide for the friends, families and partners of people with VSCs,
2) a project findings report, and
3) policy and practice recommendations for healthcare professionals.
You can also find these resources on their website in different accessible versions: https://sites.exeter.ac.uk/reprofutures/.
ESR Adeline Berry has put together a short course about intersex for the Open University.
The course can be viewed here:
Network for researchers and health professionals. Focuses on psychosocial well-being of people with variations in sex characteristics, also known as intersex variations. Relevant for professionals specialising in differences in sex development (DSD)
RéFRI: The French speaking network of intersex research
Ukrainian intersex NGO: NGO Egalite Intersex Ukraine
*Views expressed via website/publication authors may not reflect those of INIA members.
Indicative support and awareness-raising organisations (international):
Indicative support and awareness-raising organisations (UK):
EU and EU Member State-led research and related materials – indicative
Research led by NGOs, and related publications – for example
UK links to research and related resources:
Publications by researchers based in academic or medical settings – for example