Adeline Berry

Adeline Berry

Adeline Berry is an intersex and transgender researcher, artist, writer and activist. They are a board member of Intersex Ireland. They have exhibited their art internationally, including the Schwulesmuseum in Berlin, and have collaborated on an Eisner award nominated comic book anthology. They have a BA (Hons) Psychology from Dublin Business School and have spoken at conferences in Stockholm, London, Limerick, Cork and Dublin on the intersection of gender, sex work and the law. Research outputs include a co-authored article in “Giving Voice to Diversity in Criminological Research: Nothing About Us Without Us” published by Bristol University Press and “How Sex Workers Understand Their Experiences of Working in the Republic of Ireland” in Sexuality Research and Social Policy. Research interests include sex, gender, sexuality, criminology, intersex and sex work. Previously they have owned tattoo shops in both Florida and Texas and earned a second-degree black belt in Uechi-Ryu Karate. They are currently working on their PhD as a Marie Sklowdowska Curie Fellow studying the lives of older (50+) intersex individuals as part of the European Commission funded INIA Research Network (Intersex- New Interdisciplinary Approaches) at the University of Huddersfield.