One Hundred & Twenty

The BDMRR passed. Unanimously. Not a single vote against a minor administrative change to a piece of legislation that will make it easier for trans and gender diverse New Zealand born people to update their birth certificates.

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I’d say it was a relief, and it was. The regulatory framework for the BDMRR has yet to come into being, and hopefully will include our overseas born trans and gender diverse whanau. If not, then that’s…

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