Skip to comments.State Dept. Changes Passport Policy to Accomodate People Who Change Gender, Even Without Surgery
Posted on 06/15/2010 7:56:08 AM PDT by Nachum
(CNSNews.com) The U.S. State Department is marking lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender Pride Month by changing its policy concerning gender change on passports and consular reports of birth abroad.
As of June 10, the State Department no longer requires that individuals provide proof that they have had sex reassignment surgery, but only requires certification from an attending physician that the individual received appropriate clinical treatment for gender transition, which may or may not include surgery.
In other words, a conservative group complained, "cross-dressers no longer need to undergo 'sexual reassignment' surgery to change the gender listed on their passports."
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I don’t think you can change gender.
I’m changing my name to Abby Normal ,but just for international flights.
That doesn’t even make sense.
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Into the abyss is right. Off the cliff into the flaming chasm. Insanity rules. Once moral absolutes and Truth with a capital T are rejected, then whoever is the most powerful makes whatever rules they want. Sheer, Evil Insanity.
I’m going to start calling the one dollar bills in my wallet HUNDRED dollar bills....and insist everyone recognize them as such!Makes about as much sense.
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