Fighting for legal and social recognition outside the gendered societal structure
‘X’ PASSPORTS IN THE UK
I posted here on 9th April that I hoped very soon to be able to provide a significant update in the long running battle against HM Passport Office and its discriminatory passport policy [that forces UK passport holders to accept a gendered reference – either ‘M’ or ‘F’ – on their passport even when such gendered classification is inappropriate and wrong].
I have not updated the site with ongoing commentary in recent months however this does not mean that I have been complacent in my efforts to challenge the policy and neither should the lack of imparted information be read as an indicator that nothing is happening.
I can only repeat that I hope there can be a significant update soon.
This particular battle against an immovable government institution that has determinedly and wilfully condemned people to social invisibility as it has determinedly and wilfully failed to recognise the legitimacy – and the reality – of non-gendered identity has taken far, far too long.
In the meantime, anyone who wants to learn more about the history and a whole catalogue of underhand and somewhat sinister measures undertaken in recent years by HM Passport Office [and the UK Government] with the sole purpose to bury ‘X’ Passports and the wider needs of those who require them can scroll back through the site’s archives.
The denial of existence is the worst act of discrimination by the gendered majority against the non-gendered