Canada is Toast: B.C. baby first to get health card without gender marker

    Updated: July 3, 2017 at 4:12 pm EST  See Comments

    In what could be the first case in the world, a B.C. baby has been issued a health card with the letter “U” for a sex marker.

    It comes as the baby’s parent fights to allow their child to develop their own gender identity.

    Searyl’s parent Kori Doty is going to court against the Vital Statistics Agency for its refusal to issue a birth certificate for the child.

    Since the baby was born outside the medical system, there was no ‘genital inspection.’

    “We’re not actually asking to have anyone’s ID changed against their will. We’re just asking to change the structure of how identification, particularly the birth certificate, starts out,” Doty said.

    Doty said the goal is for the child to discover their own gender identity — and so far the decision hasn’t been a problem, even when people ask if the baby is a boy or a girl.

    The remainder of this article is available in its entirety at Global News

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    Children do not ‘develop’ gender identity…they are ‘born’ with it… their social interaction ‘develops’ how they identify with those around them and perceive themselves from… Read more »


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