Luan Pertl, tidligere ansat i OII Europe's (Organisation Intersex International Europe) var oplægsholder på dette webinar, der bl.a. handlede om, hvad det vil sige at have interkønnede elever i sine klasser - synlige eller usynlige.
Ser herunder nogle af Luans udsagn og et par af hans slides:
"The 0,5% are the children or babies where you already find out after birth or even in the pregnancy and then [finding out] until adulthood it’s 1,7%"
“I’m really sure that you have a lot of children in your classen so can be sure that you already know a lot of intersex people - but maybe don’t know it - and maybe they don’t know it.”
“Speak about intersex people. We are everywhere! We are every 60 persons. It’ very important to make intersex people more visible. To make intersex issues more visible.”
Go out today, tomorrow -speak about this workshop (...) Organise talks or moviescreeninng in your school, in your classroom. When schools are doing this - it alway brings us so many young intersex people to our local peer groups.”
“50% of the intersex people between 15 and 17 years old responded that they were bullied at school. Bullied because of their gender identity, bullied because of their physical appearance, bullied because they often had to go the hospital and missed school and could’t do sport because of surgery… These numbers are from 2019”