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Germany presents plan to make changing gender easier

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German government unveils plans to make it easier for trans people to officially change their first name and gender. The proposed law would replace Germany's 40-year "transsexual law" that requires people to go to court. Opponents have long called for the legislation to be scrapped, with applicants complaining of the onerous administrative burden.
2 months ago·Berlin, Germany

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Germany presents plan to make changing gender easier

BERLIN - Germany will cut the red tape required for changing a person's name and gender under a plan presented by the government on Thursday that seeks to abolish a controversial 1980 law regulating the process. Transgender, intersex and non-binary individuals will in future be able to change their details with a visit to their local civil registry office, according to a paper setting

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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Germany plans to ease rules for formal changes of gender

The German government on Thursday presented plans to make it easier for transgender people to formally change their name and gender, ending decades-old rules that require them to get expert assessments and a court's authorization.

2 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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abc News

Germany plans to ease rules for formal changes of gender

The German government has presented plans to make it easier for transgender people to formally change their name and gender

2 months ago·United States
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Germany plans to ease rules for legal changes of gender

BERLIN (AP) — The German government on Thursday presented plans to make it easier for transgender people to legally change their name and gender, ending decades-old rules that require them to get expert assessments and a court's authorization.

2 months ago·United States
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The Star Kuala Lumpur

Germany presents plan to make changing gender easier

BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany will cut the red tape required for changing a person's name and gender under a plan presented by the government on Thursday that seeks to abolish a controversial 1980 law regulating the process. Read full story

2 months ago·Malaysia
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The Washington Post

Germany plans to ease rules for legal changes of gender

The German government has presented plans to make it easier for transgender people to legally change their name and gender

2 months ago·Washington, United States
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