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Argentina rolls out non-binary ID cards

Argentina became the first South American country to roll out identification cards for non-binary citizens.

25/7/2021 11:00:00 AM

Argentina became the first South American country to roll out identification cards for non-binary citizens.

Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina Argentina became the first South American country to roll out identification cards for non-binary citizensDate: July 21, 2021People can mark x for gender identifying neither as male nor female(SOUNDBITE) (Spanish) ARGENTINE PRESIDENT ALBERTO FERNANDEZ , SAYING:'There are other ways to love and be loved. There are other identities apart from the identity of a man or a woman and they should be respected and they have always existed, only that in other times they were hidden.'Argentina's center-left government has advocated social reforms including legalizing abortion last year(SOUNDBITE) (Spanish) ARGENTINE PRESIDENT ALBERTO FERNANDEZ , SAYING:'That phrase that became so popular about 'coming out of the closet' was precisely that, coming out of hiding, showing on stage what we all knew existed, but nobody wanted to talk about.'New Zealand, Canada and Australia have also made the change

Location: Buenos Aires, ArgentinaArgentina became the first South American country to roll out identification cards for non-binary citizensDate: July 21, 2021People can mark x for gender identifying neither as male nor female(SOUNDBITE) (Spanish) ARGENTINE PRESIDENT ALBERTO FERNANDEZ, SAYING:

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"There are other ways to love and be loved. There are other identities apart from the identity of a man or a woman and they should be respected and they have always existed, only that in other times they were hidden."Argentina's center-left government has advocated social reforms including legalizing abortion last year

(SOUNDBITE) (Spanish) ARGENTINE PRESIDENT ALBERTO FERNANDEZ, SAYING:"That phrase that became so popular about"coming out of the closet" was precisely that, coming out of hiding, showing on stage what we all knew existed, but nobody wanted to talk about." headtopics.com

New Zealand, Canada and Australia have also made the change Read more: Yahoo Singapore »

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