Reply To: Passport gender marker

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I thought I had posted this earlier, but I guess not, lol.

You can find the TSA’s view on this at:

https://www.tsa.gov/transgender-passengers?fbclid=IwAR2BteGWIamSm6zm2OW4pxRjp0s8ON1wn0ILwOx_sslhqCw1E9gOm0d92jQ

“Beginning in April 2022, a TSA PreCheck® applicant can select the gender they would like saved in their TSA PreCheck® record simply by selecting “M” or “F” during the enrollment / renewal process. The gender selected does not need to match the gender on supporting documentation, such as birth certificate, passport, or state-issued ID.”

“TSA has updated its checkpoint procedures to remove gender considerations when validating a traveler’s identification at airport security checkpoints. When travelers appear at the travel-document checker podium for identity verification, gender information is not considered. Go to Security Screening Identification for more information.”

“At the checkpoint, present your government-issued identification and boarding pass to the TSA officer who will ensure the identification and boarding pass are authentic and that the name shown on each document is exactly the same. If the name shown on the identification document does not exactly match the name on the boarding pass, you may need to go to your airline ticket counter for a new boarding pass.”

I appreciate the thoughts on other countries’ policies and perspectives on trans.

 

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