Hers is believed to be the first birth certificate ever issued in the United States that reads “intersex” in the gender field, instead of “male” or “female.”Lambda Legal attorney Paul Castillo commended the New York City agency “for issuing an accurate birth certificate.”“In the United States, birth certificates often provide access to a wide range of public services and critical identity documents, such as state IDs and passports,” Castillo said.
hat do you do when you live 8,000 feet deep in the ocean, where it’s dark, lonely, and probably pretty boring, but you really want to get it on?
You get creative and learn to copulate with any member of your species that comes your way.
At 3,280 feet to 8,200 feet below the surface of the water, the dating pool is small, and it doesn’t help that your surroundings are so dark and sparse.
How do you maximize your chances of scoring with the next lizardfish that comes along?
What’s more interesting than its looks, however, is the way it reproduces.
Say you’re a male deepsea lizardfish looking to father some kids.
Keenan’s historic birth certificate arrived during a historic year for gender politics that began with the nation’s first legally non-binary person, Jamie Shupe—who changed gender in Oregon this June.
Keenan’s case is also a parallel to that of Dana Zzyym, a Colorado Intersex person who filed a lawsuit against the State Department after the agency refused to issue a third-gender passport.
When she was born in New York City a half-century ago, she was classified as a boy for three weeks—then suddenly issued a female birth certificate.