Trans birth certificate campaign turns to other states after Victoria passes reform

Campaigners are setting their sights on New South Wales, Western Australia and Queensland after Victoria passed a new law to allow trans and gender-diverse people to change their recorded sex on their birth certificates on Tuesday, following a heated debate.

Despite some reservations from independent members of parliament, the Victorian legislative council overwhelmingly voted in favour of the bill, 26 to 14 on Tuesday night.

 

Source: Trans birth certificate campaign turns to other states after Victoria passes reform | Australia news | The Guardian

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