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Martin is a community development worker who provides training for public sector organisations on various aspects of LGBTI+ rights, including intersex and neurodiversity, as well as being an advocate for religious literacy among LGBTI+ communities. He is a member of the Society for Humanistic Judaism and grew up in Hereford and Worcester to a mixed British-Italian-Albanian family. He is also a sociolinguist with a Masters in Language Documentation for endangered languages and has a BA in Anthropology and Community Development. He has previously worked with the CPS to improve the police force’s response to hate crime reports from marginalised communities.
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Intersex and Trans Jewish Lives

Martin H. Di Maggio argues that the time to act is now. Shortly after I was born, nurses noticed that I was “a bit different from other boys” and took me to have chromosome tests (without informing my mother) to verify my sex. It wasn’t enough that I “looked like a boy” or that I […]

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