Intersex people form a diverse population with many kinds of bodies, sex characteristics, sex assignments, genders, identities, life experiences, and terminology and word preferences. What they share is an experience of having innate sex characteristics (such as chromosomes, gonads or hormones) that differ from medical norms for female or male bodies. Intersex people risk violence, stigmatisation and harmful practices because their bodies are seen as different.
Intersex Human Rights Australia (IHRA) – formerly known as OII Australia
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