Morgan Holmes is a Canadian sociologist, author, and a professor at Wilfrid Laurier University, Ontario. She is also an intersex activist and writer, and former member of Intersex Society of North America.
Holmes participated with Max Beck and others in the first North American demonstration about intersex issues, a 1996 demonstration as Hermaphrodites with Attitude outside the Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Pediatrics in Boston. The event is now commemorated internationally as Intersex Awareness Day. She attended as a representative of Intersex Society of North America. She also participated in the second International Intersex Forum in 2012.
Holmes has published several works including Rethinking the Meaning and Management of Intersexuality (2002), Re-membering a Queer Body' (1994), Mind the Gaps: Intersex and (Re-productive) Spaces in Disability Studies and Bioethics (June 2008) and the book Intersex: A Perilous Difference (2008). She is also the editor of Critical Intersex (2009), a collection of essays on intersex issues, including theoretical and empirical research.
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