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A ‘non-specific’ choice in Australia

June 9, 2013
The OBSERVER

Last week Australian judges ruled that people do not have to be registered as a man or a woman on their birth, death or marriage certificates. The New South Wales Court of Appeal overturned an earlier decision that a person's sex could not be listed as "non-specific" under Australian law.

 
 

 

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