Entry #11700: Legal recognition of non-binary gender in Taiwan

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RegionTaiwan
IssueLegal recognition of non-binary gender
StatusNot legally recognized
Start Datepast
End Datenow
DescriptionTaiwan had plans to allow a third gender option on documents such as ID cards and passports and announced it would go forward with it in late 2020. However, nothing of the sort has been passed.
Sourceshttps://www.reuters.com/article/taiwan-lgbt-idUSL8N1O61JZ https://www.google.ca/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=2ahUKEwixg-iBlM75AhXbGVkFHUDADcYQFnoECAMQAQ&url=https%3A%2F%2Ftaiwaninsight.org%2F2021%2F10%2F11%2Ftaiwans-decision-to-introduce-a-third-gender-a-step-forward-or-a-step-backwards-for-gender-equality%2F&usg=AOvVaw1T8IkSqZYms4M-4SFW97gp


Revision History (3)

Revision by Notdog1996

Old Value New Value (Current)
ValueNot legally recognized
Value Specialambiguous
NoteTaiwan has plans to allow a third gender option on documents such as ID cards and passports and announced it would go forward with it in late 2020. However, if we don't interfere with Wikipedia, then nothing of the sort would have been passed.Taiwan had plans to allow a third gender option on documents such as ID cards and passports and announced it would go forward with it in late 2020. However, nothing of the sort has been passed.

Revision by JordanB3047

Old Value New Value
NoteTaiwan has plans to allow a third gender option on documents such as ID cards and passports and announced it would go forward with it in late 2020. However, nothing of the sort has been passed as of now.Taiwan has plans to allow a third gender option on documents such as ID cards and passports and announced it would go forward with it in late 2020. However, if we don't interfere with Wikipedia, then nothing of the sort would have been passed.

Revision by _it4_

Old Value (Original) New Value
ValueNot legally recognized
Value Specialambiguous
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