Reply To: Passport gender marker


It seems like there is sort of a mix here depending upon where someone is in their journey.  Marg is older and has lots of history with her legacy name.  Some things have been changed for Marg but it will be some time before a renewal for passport or a drivers license comes up so there will always be linkage to my co-joined old self.  I don’t see this as bad since this is exactly what an intersex person is.  So, when my identification says born male but I look female (or to TSA scanners ????) or something in between, I don’t care, but am easily ready and proud to acknowledge that I am part of the 2% of the population that is different.  Perhaps  this next era will usher in wider acceptance and understanding of the true meaning of the human gender spectrum.  Like Emily said, “it’s all part of the process” and that process is continually changing.    Safe Journey,  Marg

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