Entry #11760: Legal recognition of non-binary gender in Italy

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RegionItaly
IssueLegal recognition of non-binary gender
StatusNot legally recognized
Start Datepast
End Datenow
DescriptionItaly does not yet legally recognize non-binary identities. However, a breaking decision on March 7, 2022, had the Italian court rule in favor of a non-binary person to have their gender recognized. They are currently the only example of this recognition.
Sourceshttps://www.pinknews.co.uk/2022/03/24/italy-court-rome-non-binary-gender-identity/


Revision History (7)

Revision by Notdog1996. Keep the banter out of the entries

Old Value New Value (Current)
NoteItaly does not constitutionally recognise the 3rd gender. Yes a family has been recognised but it's not national. Also in the constitution it is not recognised. Moreover it's only 1 family recognised by 1 court.
Italy does not yet legally recognize non-binary identities.

However, a breaking decision on March 7, 2022, had the Italian court rule in favor of a non-binary person to have their gender recognized.

They are currently the only example of this recognition.
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Italy does not constitutionally recognise the 3rd gender. Yes a family has been recognised but it's not national. Also in the constitution it is not recognised. Moreover it's only 1 family recognised by 1 court. yet legally recognize non-binary identities. However, a breaking decision on March 7, 2022, had the Italian court rule in favor of a non-binary person to have their gender recognized. They are currently the only example of this recognition.

Revision by Vito12. Making this change because it is not correct.

Old Value New Value
Value(REMOVED)Not legally recognized
Value SpecialN/A(REMOVED)
NoteItaly does not constitutionally recognise the 3rd gender. A family have been recognised but it's not national.
Italy does not constitutionally recognise the 3rd gender. Yes a family has been recognised but it's not national. Also in the constitution it is not recognised. Moreover it's only 1 family recognised by 1 court.
Show Difference
Italy does not constitutionally recognise the 3rd gender. A family have been recognised but it's not national. Yes a family has been recognised but it's not national. Also in the constitution it is not recognised. Moreover it's only 1 family recognised by 1 court.

Revision by cihalcoc. Incorrect status

Old Value New Value
ValueNot legally recognized(REMOVED)
Value Special(REMOVED)N/A

Revision by Vito12. Making this change because it is not correct

Old Value New Value
Value(REMOVED)Not legally recognized
Value SpecialAmbiguous(REMOVED)
NoteItaly does not yet legally recognise a 3rd gender however a person has been recognised but legally it's not recognised by all courts.
Italy does not constitutionally recognise the 3rd gender. A family have been recognised but it's not national.
Show Difference
Italy does not yet legally recognise a 3rd gender however a person has been recognised but legally it's not recognised by all courts. constitutionally recognise the 3rd gender. A family have been recognised but it's not national.

Revision by Samuel_NOT_Samuele. added

Old Value New Value
ValueNot legally recognized(REMOVED)
Value Special(REMOVED)Ambiguous
NoteItaly does not yet legally recognise a 3rd gender however a person has been recognised but legally it's not recognised by all courts.

Non binary gender options missing


Italy does not yet legally recognise a 3rd gender however a person has been recognised but legally it's not recognised by all courts.
Show Difference
Italy does not yet legally recognise a 3rd gender however a person has been recognised but legally it's not recognised by all courts. Non binary gender options missing courts.

Revision by Vito12. Changing this because it was wrong

Old Value New Value
Value(REMOVED)Not legally recognized
Value SpecialAmbiguous(REMOVED)
NoteItaly does not yet legally recognize non-binary identities.

However, a breaking decision on March 7, 2022, had the Italian court rule in favor of a non-binary person to have their gender recognized.

They are currently the only example of this recognition.
Italy does not yet legally recognise a 3rd gender however a person has been recognised but legally it's not recognised by all courts.

Non binary gender options missing


Show Difference
Italy does not yet legally recognize non-binary identities. However, a breaking decision on March 7, 2022, had the Italian court rule in favor of a non-binary person to have their gender recognized. They are currently the only example of this recognition. recognise a 3rd gender however a person has been recognised but legally it's not recognised by all courts. Non binary gender options missing

Revision by cihalcoc. Incorrect status

Old Value (Original) New Value
ValueNot legally recognized(REMOVED)
Value Special(REMOVED)Ambiguous

Notdog1996 created this entry.