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Exclusive: 80% of LGBTQ+ people want the Gender Recognition Act reformed

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Reforming the 2004 Gender Recognition Act (GRA) is ‘very important’ to a majority of LGBTQ+ people, a joint survey from GAY TIMES and Channel 4 News has found.

The Act is what allows transgender people to change their legal gender by applying for a Gender Recognition Certificate (GRC).

However, doing so is a lengthy and complicated process which includes the requirement for a diagnosis of gender dysphoria, as well as the need for a medical report detailing all treatment.

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