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A lot of people ask me for hike and trail run recommendation so I compiled a bunch of my favorites! …

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If I had to hazard a guess…

  • Percentage of my friends who have been involved in a political campaign: 5%

So I’ve decided to meet everyone where they are and explain why I am going to ask each and every one of you to “RSVP” to our Danielle for All campaign.

I would love to get married one day. Marriage is a personal choice, and while it’s not for everyone, it’s an idea that has always been attractive to me—both the idea of true love (I blame the Princess Bride…), and the idea of having a real life partner to help with the most mundane of life’s daily burdens (TBH, I struggle to make the bed). …

Gender is fluid and sexuality is a spectrum, but the false binary of biological sex remains. While 150 million Intersex individuals worldwide stand as evidence to the contrary, they are often “normalized” in their youth by un-consented surgeries and stigmatized into silence thereafter. Whether by “bathroom bills” or medically-condoned genital mutilation, humans will continue to be forced into boxes that don’t exist until the Intersex movement has its moment. Gender equity activist Alicia Weigel shares her own experience at SXSW 2018 as an Intersex individual and a call-to-action for more intersectional advocacy within the LGBTQIA+ community.

My name’s Alicia. I’m named after a hurricane that hit Houston in the 80s (so you should have an idea of what you’re in for…) but I’m originally from Philadelphia. I live in Austin. I am a runner. I love to dance, especially to reggaeton. Soup dumplings are probably my favorite food, and raisins are definitely my least favorite… they’re weird and shriveled. I have a tattoo of orchids on my shoulder, because they’re the symbol of a movement I’m part of because, oh, yeah I was born intersex. …


Alicia Roth Weigel

Intersexy human rights advocate, leading with love in the Lone Star State.

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