We’re here to help intersex people take control of their health.
We recognise and celebrate the diversity of the intersex experience, so when we use the term ‘intersex’, we include all people who are born with physical sex characteristics that don’t fit medical norms for female or male bodies.
We acknowledge the distinctiveness and the diversity within the intersex community and support the human rights of intersex people and respect the intersex human rights movement. We support this movement without tokenism, or instrumentalising, or co-opting the issues intersex people experience as a means for other ends.
We have affirmed the Darlington Statement and encourage other organisations and bodies that support the intersex movement to also recognise the Darlington Statement.
While acknowledging the distinctiveness and the diversity within the intersex community we are also working to provide inclusive programs and services relevant to intersex people. Our services are delivered by people who genuinely seek to understand the health issues affecting our communities and all of our services are inclusive of intersex people.
We also encourage intersex people and their allies to contact Intersex Human Rights Australia (IHRA, formerly known as OII Australia) at ihra.org.au. IHRA is an independent support, education and policy development organisation, by and for people with intersex variations or traits.
General Support & Services
We’re here to help end HIV transmission among gay and homosexually active men, including among intersex men who are same sex attracted. To find out more please visit our HIV Prevention section.
We’re here to help people with HIV, including intersex people, take control of their health by providing up-to-date information as well as a range of programs and services. To find out more please visit our HIV Support section.
Sexual Health and Cervical Screening
If you’re a member of the LGBTIQ community and you need safe sex supplies, we can post them to you anywhere in NSW (free!). Find out more and order here.
Intersex people are also encouraged to contact their local sexual health centre for information about sexual health.
We are designing a brand new sexual health project to better meet the needs of our community. This project will be replacing our sexual health project for women who play with women. We welcome all members of the community, including intersex people of all genders and sexualities to get involved in the consultation process. Find out more and sign up here.
We provide a range of counselling and community care services for intersex people, including those with HIV or who use drugs. To find out more please visit our Mental Health section.
Alcohol & Drugs
Our alcohol and other drugs services are inclusive of and here to help intersex people who use alcohol and other drugs. To find out more please visit our Alcohol & Drugs section.
Safety & Inclusion
We provide a range of resources and support services to help lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex people who are experiencing homophobic and transphobic violence and discrimination. To find out more please visit our Safety & Inclusion section.
Domestic & Family Violence
We provide a range of resources and support services to help lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex people who are experiencing domestic and family violence. To find out more please visit our Domestic & Family Violence section.
We provide a range of resources and support services for older lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex people (50+). To find out more please visit our Ageing section.