Theresa May: Law must be changed to help trans people change their gender without medical checks

May 19, 2017 by

by Mayer Nissim, Pink News:

Theresa May has said that her government is reviewing the Gender Recognition Act to make it work better for trans people.

Speaking exclusively in a PinkNews General Election Q&A published today, Mrs May said that the process to change gender should move away from medical checks.

The Gender Recognition Act currently allows people with gender dysphoria to get a new birth certificate, but the process is complex and bureaucratic.

Individuals, who must have transitioned at least two years earlier, present their evidence to a Gender Recognition Panel, who, after considering the case, may issue a Gender Recognition Certificate.

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