On Saturday February 18th, Auckland Pride will be marching in solidarity with our intersex community.
This year, the festival is encouraging the rainbow community and its allies to elevate important issues for our Intersex community in our fight for progress and educate ourselves in variations of sex characteristics.
News & Editorial Director Jessica Hopkins spoke to Jelly O’Shea from Intersex Aotearoa, an organisation that looks to affirm and advocate on behalf of people born with variations of sex characteristics, otherwise known as intersex, about this kaupapa.
We started off our interview discussing why it is important to hold space for the Intersex community during pride
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