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OUR MOVEMENT

Empowering the Community Since 2011


Formerly known as the Intersex & Genderqueer Recognition Project (IGRP), the Nonbinary & Intersex Recognition Project (NIRP) works to shift our culture and political system to recognize and celebrate nonbinary and intersex people across the US. We focus on policy efforts for third gender options (X) on state IDs and birth certificates, and support banning unnecessary medical procedures on intersex youth. 

 
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OUR FOCUS

In order to make the greatest impact and achieve our vision of a more gender-ful world, NIRP has identified three key areas to focus our efforts: Education, Research, and Policy. By addressing each of these areas, we are able to create a world that better understands people beyond the binary and embraces social and legal recognition.

EDUCATION

We provide educational training, materials, and supportive services to political agencies, healthcare providers, schools, and more.

RESEARCH

Through qualitative and quantitative research methods, we are able to provide necessary data to support the need for legal recognition.

POLICY

With supporters in every state across the US, we can call on them for lobby days, action events, and petitions to push for change.

 

EMPOWERED BY COMMUNITY

In order to achieve our goals, NIRP is proudly sponsored and funded by the following organizations:

SOCIAL GOOD FUND

Fiscal Sponsor

TRANS JUSTICE FUNDING PROJECT

Grant Funding Source

HORIZONS FOUNDATION

Funding Platform & Source

 

IN THE NEWS

Check out the following LGBTQIA+ podcasts featuring interviews with NIRP!

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GENDER REVEAL INTERVIEW

Our Executive Director Addison Rose Vincent (they/them) spoke with Molly Woodstock on the Gender Reveal podcast for Pride 2020 about their journey coming out as a nonbinary person and becoming an activist and leader for the community.

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PRIDE PODCAST INTERVIEW

Our Executive Director Addison Rose Vincent (they/them) spoke with Levi Chambers on the PRIDE podcast about coming out as nonbinary, navigating the world as gender nonconforming, and responding to trauma masked as hate.

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GENDER STORIES INTERVIEW

Our Executive Director Addison Rose Vincent (they/them) spoke with Alex Iantaffi on the Gender Stories podcast about NIRP's important work and the challenges faced by nonbinary and intersex people across the US.

 

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