Raging Hormones: Addressing the Intersectionality of Policy and Healthcare in Hormone Inaccessibility

Understanding the lack of accessibility to specific hormone-related health resources that different populations face and how various intersectionalities can impact an individual’s experience

Address these issues by working alongside community partners to advocate for communities and educate others about the importance of hormone accessibility

Building a long-term plan of action for local communities to use in order to address the persistent health inequities relating to hormone services.

  • Site Topic: Intersections of Health Inaccessibility and Policy and how that influences Sex Education, Women's Health, and Gender Rights

  • Location: Atlanta, Georgia

  • Cost: $250 per participant (scholarships available)

  • Dates: Saturday, March 19 - Saturday, March 26 

  • Planning to take: 10 Participants

  • Community Partners:

    •  Feminist Women’s Health Center

    • SisterLove, Spark: Reproductive Justice Now

    • Someone Cares, Planned Parenthood

    • Women’s Resource Center

    • Atlanta Women for Equality

  • Transportation: Public Transportation

  • Housing: Churches or Airbnb

  • Site Leaders: Niki Golchini and Chloe Morris


*Logistics are tentative and subject to change. 


Everyone is impacted by hormones. Despite their role in the body; however, they are an overlooked and underestimated aspect of health in many different aspects. The stigmatization and underappreciation of hormones is important to understand because they have been tied to some of the most important healthcare services in the past 100 years, like hormone therapy for transgender indivduals and birth control options for women. Furthermore, hormones play a vital role in the lives of our youth, as they often misunderstand their bodies, sexual changes, and hormones in general.