Transgender people in Ireland recognised by new law

Transgender people in Ireland have gained legal recognition of their desired gender due to the passing of a bill by the Oireachtas.

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The Gender Recognition Bill was passed on Wednesday enabling transgender people over 18 to change their gender legally without medical intervention.

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It is set to be signed into law by the end of July, and will make Ireland the third EU country to allow adults to change their legal gender in this way.

Read more at irishpost.co.uk

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