A submission on the Yogyakarta Principles and how they should be supplemented at the 10-year point to reflect developments in international human rights law on Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity/Expression and Sex Characteristics.
A paper on intersex embodiments in the human rights system, and ontologies of intersex. The paper discusses the idea that different models of intersex have different goals and consequences.
Reproductive Health Matters is kindly publishing an article of mine this month, on intersex human rights, addressing harmful practices and rhetoric of change.
Published in issue 9 of the UNSW Law Society journal “Court of Conscience”, 2015, this paper considers what it means to address the rights and freedoms of people born with intersex traits.
This paper is based on a presentation at The Mental Health Services conference in Perth, Australia, on 28 August 2014.
Books and articles: authoring, editing and review. See also media.