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Pride Frisco hosts name, gender marker clinic

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Innovative organization blends organizers’ skills, talent and creativity DAVID TAFFET | Senior Staff Writer Pride Frisco hosts its first Spring Name and Gender Marker Clinic on April 20 in Frisco.

The clinic is free, but registration is required, and, for security purposes, the exact location will be provided only to those who register.

The Dallas LGBT Bar Association is partnering with Pride Frisco to present the clinic. Transgender and non-binary persons who would like help in legally changing their name and/or gender marker will be walked through the process by volunteer attorneys and law students.

Pride Frisco co-founder Jon Culpepper said the clinic is available to anyone 18 and older, and, he said, the organization hopes to be able to expand the service to those under 18 at future clinics.

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