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Friday, 30 January 2015 16:25

Thailand Will Recognize A Third Gender In Its New Constitution

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Thailand will recognize a third gender in its new constitution.

Indeed, a spokesman for the panel that is drafting the new constitution told Reuters: "We are putting the words 'third gender' in the constitution because Thai society has advanced."

    "There are not only men and women, we need to protect all sexes. We consider all sexes to be equal."

Thailand allows transgender people to live openly, the country also allows them to legally change sex.

By cons, Thailand has not legalized marriage equality. A proposal was discussed in 2012 before being suspended.


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