OUTAthlete Bria Brown-King Shares Experiences Being an Intersex Athlete
Bria Brown-King, one of our OUTAthletes, recently had a live discussion with Northern Arizona University about being an intersex athlete.
Watch the conversation here:
Bria Brown-King (pronouns: she/they) identifies as a queer, intersex, masculine presenting black person. They are currently living in Delaware, but was born and raised in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Bria works as the Program Coordinator for InterACT, a national intersex advocacy organization that aims to protect intersex youth from harmful practices by advocating for policy changes. Bria started doing advocacy work as a youth member with InterACT where they published articles for the ACLU, TeenVogue, and Them Magazine. They were also the first out intersex person to speak about intersex issues on the steps of the Supreme Court. Bria is a new CrossFit athlete, thanks to a scholarship they received from The OUT Foundation.