Intersex Peer Support Australia (IPSA)

Intersex Peer Support Australia (IPSA) was established with support from the Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne in 1985 and remains an autonomous intersex-led organization.

Intersex Peer Support Australia (IPSA) (formerly AISSGA) was established with support from the Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne in 1985 and remains an autonomous intersex-led organization. IPSA’s core aims include: connecting intersex people and families to share knowledge and experiences; educating the public to reduce stigma; encouraging development of appropriate medical pathways and psychological support for intersex people; encouraging meaningful research into intersex and providing community consultation; advocating for protection of the human rights of intersex people; and fostering wellbeing and pride in the intersex community.

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