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From TheJournal.ie Germany's top court rules that a 'third gender' can be recognised from birth Intersex

Germany's top court rules that a 'third gender' can be recognised from birth

The ruling has been hailed as “historic”.

From TheJournal.ie Practice of 'normalising' intersex children at birth denounced by Europe Stigma

Practice of 'normalising' intersex children at birth denounced by Europe

At least 21 EU States allow medical intervention on children to allocate sex at an early age.

From TheJournal.ie Column: Ireland needs to re-examine the legal gender of intersex children Opinion

Column: Ireland needs to re-examine the legal gender of intersex children

The law on birth registration in Germany is to be amended to permit ‘indeterminate’ to be recorded as the gender of a child born with an intersex condition. Irish authorites should take note of this welcome development.

From TheJournal.ie Germany to allow new babies be neither male nor female Intersex

Germany to allow new babies be neither male nor female

Parents now have the choice to leave the gender entry blank on birth certs but intersex groups are pushing for a third gender option to be included.

From TheJournal.ie Trans community has "waited long enough" for gender recognition Gender Recognition

Trans community has "waited long enough" for gender recognition

Gender recognition legislation is due to be published in 2014, which has led TENI to begin a new campaign to encourage the government to deal with it sooner.