It’s an honour to have a chapter in the Routledge Handbook of Sexuality, Gender, Health and Rights, edited by Peter Aggleton, Rob Cover, Carmen H. Logie, Christy E. Newman, Richard Parker.
Thank you to the Australian Journal of Human Rights for publishing this peer-reviewed commentary on reforms to protect people with intersex variations from harmful medical practices in the ACT.
Thanks to the editors and reviewers of Clinical Ethics journal for accepting this manuscript for publication, on epistemic injustice and the responses of medicine and bioethics to intersex human rights demands.
Thank you to ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr for introducing and securing the passing of Australian-first legislation into the ACT Parliament to protect the human rights of people with innate variations of sex characteristics (intersex traits).
Thank you to co-authors Bo Laurent and Magda Rakita, and editor Brian D Earp, for collaborating on this article published by the University of Oxford Practical Ethics blog.
My heartfelt congratulations to Lih-Mei Liao for this fantastic new resource aimed at mental health practitioners, clinicians and everyone else who works with clients with innate variations of sex characteristics.