Topic-level 3
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Intersex inclusive policy

How can you include sex diversity and intersex in your policy? And on what basis can you do so? It is often thought that ending the non-consensual, unnecessary medical treatments that are often performed on intersex children is the only thing intersex organisations work on. But in reality, sex diversity and intersex should be visible in many policy areas.

Intersex inclusive policy2021-10-21T19:48:46+00:00

Target groups

The website offers information on different levels. Someone who has just had a child will look for different, more explanatory information than an ally wanting to raise awareness within their organization. For this reason, collection pages have been created containing entry level and advanced level articles.

Target groups2021-10-13T13:45:54+00:00

Lists and overviews

Lists and overviews Sometimes information fits every reader and every page. This is certainly true of the information found in the lists

Lists and overviews2021-10-06T14:25:25+00:00

Sports & Intersex

Top female athletes with androgen levels in the male range are required by sports federations to undergo medical treatment before they are allowed to compete again in women's competitions. This requirement is now under fire. The fact that doctors involved in sex testing also interfere in the medical treatment of sportswomen is an additional problem.

Sports & Intersex2021-10-21T19:30:17+00:00

Do chromosomes determine your sex?

Do chromosomes determine your sex? The short answer is no. But it remains a difficult topic for many people. What is up with chromosomes? And how can we better define biological sex in school and university teaching materials? This article not only explains the complexities of the diverse spectrum that is biological sex, but also addresses the problematic definition of 'man' and 'woman'.

Do chromosomes determine your sex?2021-10-21T19:37:18+00:00
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