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Sweden lowers age requirement for legal gender change with landmark vote

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In 1972, Sweden made history as the first country in the world to legalise gender-affirming surgery. On Wednesday, April 17, the country made history once again as members of the Parliament in Sweden approved a motion to lower the age requirement for those seeking to legally change their gender to 16.

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