NIS News Bulletin NetherlandsChange of Sex on BC Made Easier

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NIS News Bulletin NetherlandsChange of Sex on BC Made Easier

Postby Ice Maiden » Wed Mar 07, 2012 10:31 am

http://www.nisnews.nl/public/060312_1.htm
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NIS News Bulletin, Netherlands
Change of Sex on Birth Certificate to be Made Easier
THE HAGUE, 06/03/12 - The cabinet has decided that people who feel they
are actually of the other sex will no longer first have to undergo a
sex-change operation or hormone treatment to be recognised as transgender.
"People who are transgender will in future be able to have the
registration of their sex altered more easily. They will not have to
have an operation or hormone treatment first," said the cabinet. "The
sterilisation requirement, stipulating that trans-genders must be
infertile before the birth certificate can be changed, will also be
dropped."
In the future, it will sufficient for an expert to
determine
that the conviction of a transgender is permanent. The
cabinet expects that the transgender will be able to "function better in
society because obstacles will be removed" as a result of the proposed
bill. [emphasis was added]
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Disclaimer!!!! Please Read! http://media.transgenderzone.com/?page_id=2

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