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Celebrated each year on 26 October, Intersex Awareness Day aims to end discrimination, secrecy and shaming affecting the Intersex community, highlighting the challenges they face every day and encouraging endosex (not intersex) people to become better Intersex allies.
At TaskForce, we had a virtual gathering with Bonnie Hart (she/her) from Intersex Peer Support Australia as guest speaker. Some key takeaways:
🟪 Don't confuse "sex" and "gender". 🟪 Avoid assumptions and respect individual differences, journeys to self-acceptance and choices. 🟪 Inform yourself on how to be a better ally.
Visit Intersex Peer Support Australia at isupport.org.au or Intersex Human Rights Australia at ihra.org.au for more information and resources.
TaskForce is based on the lands of the Boon Wurrung and Wurundjeri people and recognises their continuing connection to lands, waters and communities. We pay our respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures; and to Elders both past and present.
TaskForce values diversity, inclusion and social justice and is dedicated to actively addressing discrimination and ensuring every individual is treated with dignity and respect. We honour and celebrate our differences and uniqueness in cultural and linguistic background, ethnicity, sex, gender identity, intersex status, sexual orientation, age, disability status, health status and religious or spiritual beliefs.