Published in 2018 and now shareable here, this book chapter examines a contradiction: that policies aimed at protecting LGBTI populations coexist with policies and practices that harm people with intersex bodies.
I was interviewed for a 10 September 2020 podcast Undisciplinary, a dive by Chris Mayes and Courtney Hempton into history, ethics and the politics of health.
On 23 June 2020, the annual Melbourne Medical Student Conference held a session with Professors John Hutson, Sonia Grover and Clare Delany of the University of Melbourne and Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne, and me.
Dublin City University will hold the intersex studies conference “Intersex 2021: A Vision for the Future” in March 2021. I’ll be a keynote speaker.
The British Psychological Society Sexuality Section has published a call for papers for a special issue of Psychology of Sexualities Review journal on intersex and psychology in Britain.
My paper on “The “Normalization” of Intersex Bodies and “Othering” of Intersex Identities in Australia” is the most downloaded Journal of Bioethical Inquiry article for 2018.