The baby in Canada for the first time recorded without specifying gender
Eight-month-old baby in Canada were issued a medical card, which, at the insistence of the parent, did not specify the sex of the baby. As far as we know, this is the first such case in the world.
A parent of a child named Cory Doty identificeret yourself sebenarnya transgender, that is, do not consider myself neither a woman nor a man. Cory Doty wants the child to chose their gender identity when they grow up.
The medical card of the child in the column “sex” written in only the Latin letter U, which could mean either “undetermined” (undetermined), or “unspecified” (unassigned).
Cory Doty also sought from the authorities that the sex of the baby is not mentioned in the birth certificate.
The child, named Cyril Atlee, was born in November 2016, at the house of acquaintances Corey Doty in the province of British Columbia. So officials have not had the opportunity to witness the baby’s gender.
The coalition bespending identity
Cory Doty carefully avoids pronouns, masculine and feminine, preferring in all cases to use the word “they”, and argues that a visual inspection of the child after birth makes it impossible to determine exactly how the flooring will associate themselves in the future.
I raise them so that when they are aware of themselves and able to Express their thoughts, they tell me who they are. I understand that it’s a baby, and completely love and raise them outside of the concepts of “boy” or “girl”.Cory Dateinterval canadian TV channel CBC
Cory Doty — public educator and an activist of the “Coalition bespending identity” (Gender-Free ID Coalition) seeking to eliminate reference to gender children from any official documents.
Doty says that people who at birth identified gender “wrong,” subsequently, when they are aware of themselves it becomes extremely difficult to make the necessary changes in the official documents.
“After birth, the doctors saw my genitals and made on the basis of this assumption I’m gonna be. These assumptions were chasing me all my life, says Doty. — These assumptions proved wrong, and I had to change a lot in life.”
Canadian authorities refused to issue a birth certificate for Cyril Atlee, without specifying a concrete floor, and Corey Doty is trying to challenge their actions in court.
The family’s lawyer named Barbara Findlay, insisting they wrote her name with lowercase letters, said in an interview with Global News: “In this culture sex of the baby is determined by a physician, which raises the feet of the baby and considering the genitals. But we know that gender identity develops only after several years after birth.”