Congratulations to the Australian Human Rights Commission for this report, published in October 2021, on protecting the health and human rights of people born with variations of sex characteristics.
This is Morgan Carpenter’s keynote presentation delivered at the Intersex 2021 conference at Dublin City University on 21 April 2021. It was recorded ahead of time and delivered on the first morning of the conference.
The peer-reviewed journal Culture, Health and Sexuality has published a co-authored paper that introduces a special issue on intersex studies, and the interdisciplinary field of intersex studies.
Foreign Policy has kindly published a joint article by Morgan Carpenter and Katrina Karkazis on the impossible choices faced by women subjected to ‘sex testing’ in athletics.
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.