Monday, 02 June 2014 11:46

New resources explain intersex to allies, parents and service providers

OII Australia and ACON have launched three new resources explaining intersex to the GLBTI and broader communities, service providers and parents of intersex children.

The resources, which were produced to address a lack of awareness of intersex-related matters, provide general information about on intersex issues, help services to provide appropriate and sensitive care to intersex clients, and provide information and referrals to help parents of intersex children.

You can download a copy in digital form from the OII Australia website or order a print version from ACON by emailing Teddy Cook at

The resources have been produced by OII Australia, a national intersex-led Public Benevolent Institution that promotes human rights and health issues, and ACON, NSW’s leading LGBTI health promotion organisation.

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