1. So, I don't have a GRC, shocker, right? Not really. My passport and driving licence are changed, and they're all I need to get around. You could argue I could get my birth certificate changed, but why would I do that? Firstly, I'm a bit of a historical puritan
2. A healthy male, XY, child was born - yeah ok, there were/are a few anomalies, but otherwise, yeah. Secondly, it in and of itself represents a legal fiction anyway, so who cares?
The GRC is a misnomer: you want to change gender: change your clothes, modify your behaviour and
3. your mannerisms, and BOOM! Job done. My issue was with my sex, NOT my gender. Call it a Sex Recognition Certificate and I'd be interested. For me, the RLE, the psych evals etc, leading up to, and including surgery, was a right of passage. This is what society expected -