Germany could become the first European country to allow a third gender on the birth registry.
According to Germany's Federal Constitutional Court, intersex people, who are neither male nor female, should be able to register their sexual identity as such.
“The new government must take immediate action to ensure that the Federal Constitutional Court's requirements are implemented,” said Federal Minister of Family Affairs Katarina Barley. “I expressly plead for a comprehensive reform of the ...
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