ARSI was founded in 2013 to provide support for intersex people, educate the general public about intersex, and introduce non-discriminatory approaches for working with intersex individuals to doctors, lawyers, teachers, and parents. The group consists of 5 intersex members who live in different regions of Russia and Kazakhstan. In addition to intersex people themselves, the group includes parents of intersex children and intersex people’s allies from Russia, Germany, and Canada. ARSI provides social and psychological support, legal consultations, and community support for Russian speaking intersex people. The organization seeks to reduce social isolation, increase access to information, and build community for intersex people in the post-Soviet Union region. ARSI is dedicated to creating greater awareness regarding intersex issues through its website and by building stronger relationships with local and international human rights organizations and health professionals. ARSI seeks funding to continue to provide direct support to intersex people, translate and disseminate intersex-related materials, advocacy work, conduct research on the lived experiences of intersex people in Russia and other post-Soviet Union countries.