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Draft Gender Recognition Bill

nineteenth report of session 2002-03.

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        StatementStationery Office
        PublishersStationery Office
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        LC Classifications2003
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 113 p. :
        Number of Pages51
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100104003286
        Series
        1
        2[HL]. [2002-2003] -- 188-II
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If we didn't have that strong a working relationship, and we couldn't talk freely and directly with officials, it would be much harder to find the solutions we all need. With the draft bill, which also bans LGBT conversion therapies, Spain is set to join two dozen countries aiming to decouple gender choice from medical procedures and would become the largest European country to introduce self-identification. Draft Gender Recognition Bill encourage everyone to respond, and in particular:• We need to get this one right.

However, the paper draws the opposite conclusion to the one the Scottish Government cites it to support, and instead makes the case strongly for retaining single-sex spaces. Respondents may submit their response using Citizen Space or by making a response in writing not by email.

This page contains information we provided to help people respond to the consultation while it was running. One point should be stressed is that the JCHR has issued a "call for evidence". Trans people continue to suffer poorer outcomes relative to the wider population, and this needs to change. On point after point, the answer to the key questions is yes: the draft bill addresses the issues we wanted addressed, in the way we wanted them addressed.

Gender Recognition Reform (Scotland) Bill: A consultation

If they enact a law which excludes lots of us, or which sets up a process which we cannot afford, then it's not just us who lose - they would be left looking very Draft Gender Recognition Bill. However, we would like to see a system whereby trans children and young people under 16-years old can receive a gender recognition certificate with aid of parental or guardian support.

Improving the process will relieve a lot of stress for many trans people, who currently struggle to gather complicated evidence and medical reports just to be recognised as who they are. They can refuse without giving a reason: no wedding because you are not a full member of their church, or because they are jealous of your good looks.

MBM assessment of the Gender Recognition Reform (Scotland) Bill

If a minister in a church wants to believe that, that's their privilege - and it is our privilege to find another church or go to a registry office. Is there provision for people born overseas? The key changes are to:•