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The consultation is open from 17 December to 17 March Since , the Gender Recognition Act GRA has allowed some trans people to change the sex on their birth certificate, providing them with formal legal recognition of who they are. It helps trans people marry and get their pension correctly, and it gives them improved privacy. However, the current process is bureaucratic, invasive and humiliating. Trans people have to wait years after they have transitioned and have to send detailed psychiatric and medical reports to a faceless tribunal panel. As a result of these barriers, only one in ten trans people have applied for a gender recognition certificate to change the sex on their birth certificate.
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Gender Recognition Act 2004
Why does the Gender Recognition Act need reformed? – equal recognition
Despite the fact that this was a public consultation, and the government said it particularly wanted to hear from women with concerns , our views have been dismissed and derided from across the political spectrum. Over the last three years, many other women and some men as well as several other organisations have joined the campaign. That the government has been forced to listen is down to the work of thousands of women speaking up and making themselves heard in the face of threat and intimidation. Our demands have always been reasonable and yet were dismissed as bigotry.
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Why is scrapping GRA reform such good news for women and girls?
This comes after an incredible grassroots campaign by ordinary women. But why was it so important for us to defend our rights? Women said no. Current rules mean the number of people who are allowed to change the sex on their birth certificates is small. Just a few thousand people have done so since
The Gender Recognition Act  is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom that allows people who have gender dysphoria to change their legal gender. It came into effect on 4 April A Gender Recognition Certificate is the document issued that shows that a person has satisfied the criteria for legal recognition in the acquired gender. The Act gives people with gender dysphoria legal recognition as members of the sex appropriate to their gender identity allowing them to acquire a Gender Recognition Certificate. People whose birth was registered in the United Kingdom or abroad with the British authorities are able to obtain a birth certificate showing their recognised legal sex.