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The gender struggle is not over

Without a treatment offering that allows everyone to have a good time in their own body, we will not reach the goal. It is high time to start thinking differently about gender, and close your eyes to the gender diversity that actually exists.

This article was translated by Google and R.E.

At the time of writing, a proposal for a law for change of legal gender is being considered in the Storting. The law will allow individuals to change their legal gender without requiring medical treatment, as has been the practice in the past where one has had to be castrated to change legal gender. The law is a great victory for the rights of transgender people, and a step in the right direction to recognize the right to be oneself as the sex you are.

At the same time, there are only two options to choose from: man or woman. Research shows that a third of transgender people identify as neither completely male nor completely female. For those who identify outside the bisexual model – ie non-binary transgender people – there are no alternatives, either. . .

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