Fighting for legal and social recognition outside the gendered societal structure
UK GOVERNMENT TRANS* INQUIRY
I survived my appearance before Select Committee earlier this week. To be fair, it was not a bad experience and the committee were engaging on many issues raised during two panel sessions that took place that morning.
It is too soon to speculate on whether this really is the overdue breakthrough on ‘X’. I have been let down too many times in the past to get my hopes up but feeling more confident that Government is finally getting the message with regards to the extraordinary level of ‘specific detriment’ one suffers when one’s identity is not recognised as legitimate.
In the meantime my intention is to proceed my legal case against HM Passport Office for its disgusting mishandling of ‘X’ Passports on the basis the issue could be buried along with the fundamental rights of those affected by this issue.
The denial of existence is the worst act of discrimination by the gendered majority against the non-gendered