3 minute video compilation of some of my best television & film interviews.
Note: I’m very happy to say that since this video was shot, a ton of people HAVE come out as intersex, and more are doing so every day. 🙂
4 minute video by the United Nation’s Free & Equal Campaign of the event Sports Comes Out Against Homophobia, held at the UN in New York in honor of Human Rights Day 2013. I spoke, by invitation, on a panel moderated by amazing “out” journalist Thomas Roberts, with “out” sports legends Martina Navratilova and Jason Collins, and my fellow human rights activists Thandeka, aka “Tumi”, Mkhuma of South Africa, and Anastasia Smirnov of Russia.
Video Interview in Gender Talents, a web-based project launched on March 15, 2015, by artist Carlos Motta, that engages movements and discourses for gender self-determination within trans and interest communities.
Topics: homophobia, gender-variant-phobia, sexism, fear of lesbian sexuality, religious sexual disempowerment of all people, Intersex Genital Mutilation (IGM), my perspective as an intact intersex person, how intersex people benefit society, and more.
On Aljazeera’s The Steam, on sports regulations against female intersex athletes with high testosterone levels, aka hyperandrogenism (2014).
Testifying, in Spanish, on the Emmy award nominated Caso Cerrado (2013).
Note: a little embarrassed about my Gringa accent, & barely letting the host get a word in edgewise, lol, but I felt desperate to get as much information as possible to the parents in the lawsuit. Spoiler alert: happy ending! 🙂
Intersex Pride On Oprah (2007)
“I wouldn’t be a ‘regular’ woman if you paid me: this is who I want to be.”
In-Depth Interview by Jeff 4 Justice (2011)
Talking ‘Intersex 101’ with Alix Iron. Presentation to the Camp Betty event in Sydney, Australia, 2011.
On Inside Edition: my struggles with bathrooms as a gender nonconforming intersex person, & the Caster Semenya controversy (2009).
In the award winning intersex documentary One in 2000 (2006).
http://www.snagfilms.com/films/title/one_in_2000. Total film running time 26 minutes.
Intersex 20/20 Part 1 of 2 (2002)
Intersex 20/20 Part 2 of 2 (2002)
In the groundbreaking, award-winning documentary Gendernauts (1999).
On The Montel Williams Show, standing up to an interphobic doctor (1998).
In world’s first intersex documentary, Hermaphrodites Speak (1996). Total film running time 34 minutes.