Articles on CAH and Intersex Conditions in General
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Ethics and Gender by Lisa Melton. The Times Health Pages. Page 12. 26th June 2001
The Worst of Both Worlds by Christine Toomey. The Sunday Times Magazine. Cover Story, Pages 34 - 40. 28th October 2001
Silent Battle of the Sexes by Megan Lloyd Davies. Western Daily Press (Bristol). Page 26, 4 Woman. 18th February 2003
Melissa - Why My Parents Thought I Was Born A Boy by Abigail Hughes. Daily Post (North Wales). Pages 18 - 19, Viva! Section. 8th April 2003
We're Not Freaks, We're Just Born Between Two Sexes by Jacqui Thornton. The Sun. Pages 52 - 53, Health Section. 13th February 2003
Unnatural Selection by Anjana Ahjua. The Times, Health Section. 2nd February 2004 http://www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,8123-986519,00.html
What My Mother NEVER Told Me by Rachael Woolston. REAL Magazine. Pages 64 - 67. Issue 30 October - 12 November 2001
What Sex Are You? OK. Now Prove it by Linda Gray, Viv Groskop, Roger Highfield. EVE Magazine. Pages 45 - 50. May 2002
What Sex Are You? Are You Sure? by Ann Kent. Take a Break Magazine. Pages 8 - 11. Autumn Special 2002
I Was Lied To But My Son Will Know The Truth by Emma Smith. Womans Own Magazine. Pages 46 - 47. 17th November 2003
REAL People - Imagine Being Born With Both Male & Female Sexual Organs, For 1 in 3000 Children This is a Reality by Theodora Sutcliffe. REAL Magazine. Pages 58 - 61. 9 - 22 September 2003
REAL Opinion - Why This Barbaric Act Must Stop by Jacqui Paterson. REAL Magazine. Pages 40 - 41. 22 April - 5th May 2003
One Girls Story - The Reality of Life When Your Body's Intersex by Suzy Cox. 19 Magazine. Pages 42 - 43. May 2003
We're Proud To Be Intersex by Beverly Kemp. NOW Magazine. Pages 16 - 18. 30th April 2003
BBC Radio 4 'Woman's Hour' - Intersex Surgery Discussion Listen online http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/womanshour/10_12_01/tuesday/info1.shtml
BBC Radio 4 'You & Yours' - Intersex Surgery Discussion 10th August 2001
BBC Radio 4 & Open University - Intersex Discussion - Lisa-Lee Dark
BBC Radio 3 Counties - Intersex Surgery Discussion 2001
Gender Trouble by Roz Mortimer, Wonderdog Productions, 2002. A film aimed at helping the removal of the social and medical secrecy of Intersex conditions. Premiered at The Wellcome Trust Science and Art Symposium, Liverpool, 26th September 2002. (see http://www.wellcome.ac.uk/en/symposiumflyer/email.html). It is also being screened at the National Science Museum in Taiwan (Oct 2002 for 6 months) and may be on British TV. The Wellcome Trust launched 'Gender Trouble' at the Wellcome Trust Building, Euston, London on 5th December 2002.
In June 2002, four women (A CAH woman and three women from AISSG ) were interviewed on camera for a documentary film 'Gender Trouble' made by Roz Mortimer of Wonderdog Productions (http://www.wonder-dog.co.uk) about people's experiences of intersex (no clinicians taking part). Film will be available from Wonderdog Productions.
Direct link to 'Gender Trouble' page - http://www.wonder-dog.co.uk/gender.html
Direct link to 'Gender Trouble' ordering page - http://www.wonder-dog.co.uk/gender3.html
A representative from the Wellcome Trust's Medicine in Society programme e-mailed Roz Mortimer saying:
Roz Mortimer commented:
Professor William Dunlop, President (2002) of the Royal College of Obstetrician's and Gynaecologists commented:
'Talking Back to Science: Art, Science and the Personal'. Edited by Bergit Arends and Verity Slater.
Why Men Don't Iron by Quality Time Television, 1997. Programme screened on Channel 4.
Body Chemistry - Hormonally Yours by BBC Features Bristol co-production with Discovery Channel / BBC Education, 1999. Programme screened on BBC,14th February 2000. More details on the programme at www.bbc.co.uk/health
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