Steph Lum (they/them)

Steph Lum is an intersex advocate, poet and legal researcher based on Ngunnawal and Ngambri land.

Steph strongly believes in youth intersex voices and founded YOUth&I in 2019, a publication of writings and artwork by young intersex people from around the world, in order to help establish a platform for young intersex creatives to share and be visible. YOUth&I engages intersex people throughout the publication and translation process and is currently in its third issue.

Steph is involved in intersex legal and policy reform and takes a human rights-based approach to their research and advocacy. Steph was a member of the ACT LGBTIQ+ Ministerial Advisory Council (2016-2020), a co-Chair and board member of Intersex Human Rights Australia (2017, 2019) and was previously a project officer on the intersex project at the Australian Human Rights Commission (2018). Steph is a signatory to the 2017 Darlington Statement, an Australian and Aotearoa/New Zealand intersex community consensus statement that outlines the priorities and calls for action of the local intersex community.

Steph also writes poetry to help share intersex experiences in new ways. Through poetry, Steph hopes to connect with intersex people and help endosex people feel, even for a moment, what it can be like to live with bodies that are different. Steph has been published in the Australian Poetry Anthology and Not Very Quiet.

Steph Lum in a black denim jack and white shirt leaning against a brick wall smiling

Reconnaissance du pays

La Sydney WorldPride se déroulera sur les terres des peuples Gadigal, Cammeraygal, Bidjigal, Darug, Dharawal qui sont les gardiens traditionnels du bassin de Sydney.

Nous rendons hommage à leurs aînés, passés et présents. La terre autochtone a toujours été et sera toujours une terre autochtone.

Les aborigènes et les insulaires du détroit de Torres sont issus de nombreux clans et communautés différents à travers l'Australie. En 2023, ils se rassembleront pour faire la fête avec la communauté LGBTQIA+ mondiale.