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Stonewall to continue trans birth certificate campaign

LGBTQ+ organisation Stonewall has announced it will continue its campaign to allow for trans people to alter their birth certificates without medical diagnosis after speculation the proposal was to be dropped.

The UK government has decided against allowing individuals to ‘self-identify’ but are planning to reduce the cost of making amendments to ones birth certificate.However, a Stonewall spokesperson told The Guardian: “We continue to campaign for a de-medicalised, streamlined system of legal gender recognition based on self-determination.”Current legalisation means trans and gender non-conforming people must have medical evidence of gender dysphoria before being allowed to change their birth certificates.

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