YOUth&I: an intersex youth anthology launch

Join Intersex Human Rights Australian at a free webinar for Intersex Day of Solidarity, on the evening of Monday 8 November, with Steph Lum, Georgia Andrews and Gabrielle Niemeyer.

The cover of the second issue of YOUth & I, an anthology of stories by young intersex people

YOUth&I is an intersex youth publication with contributions from around the world. Through poetry, essays, drawings and photos, YOUth&I shares the stories and experiences of young intersex people and their relationships with themselves and the people around them. Founder and editor-in-chief Steph Lum, stakeholder manager Georgia Andrews and graphic designer Gabrielle Niemeyer will discuss the publication, how it has grown and the process of involving intersex people in all stages of development.

At the event, you will hear some entries from Issue 1 and you will hear about the launch of the new YOUth&I website, youthandi.org.

Register for a free ticket at Humanitix.

The event will be recorded for sharing online and later viewing.



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