News, Argentina Creates An Id For Nonbinary People - Cnn

News, Argentina Creates An Id For Nonbinary People - Cnn

Argentina creates an ID for nonbinary people

Argentina's President Alberto Fernandez announces a new National Identity Document (DNI) for nonbinary people.

7/21/2021 11:14:00 PM

Argentina's President Alberto Fernandez announced a new National Identity Document for nonbinary people on Wednesday. The DNI's goal is to guarantee the right to gender identity for people who don't recognize themselves as either female or male, he said.

Argentina's President Alberto Fernandez announces a new National Identity Document (DNI) for nonbinary people.

(CNN) —Argentina's President Alberto Fernandez announced a new National Identity Document (DNI) for nonbinary people on Wednesday.The DNI's goal is to guarantee the right to gender identity fo people who don't recognize themselves as either female or male, he said.

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"There are other identities besides man and woman that must be respected," Fernandez said during a news conference from the Casa Rosada Museum in Buenos Aires.The new document establishes the terminology"x" in the field of gender in amended DNI and passports.

People pose forming an 'X' at Casa Rosada in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on July 21 in this handout photo.Maria Eugenia Cerutti/Argentine Presidency Handout/EPA-EFE/ShutterstockFernandez said there are a thousand ways of loving and being loved and being happy. headtopics.com

"What does it matter to the State to know the sexual orientation of its citizens?" he asked, although gender identity and sexual orientation are two different things.Minister of Women, Gender and Diversity Elizabeth Gómez Alcorta, Interior Minister Eduardo De Pedro and Fernandez delivered the first three nonbinary documents during the event.

Related contentHow the letter X is changing the game for travelers — and what that could mean for the USGómez Alcorta said the implementation of the nonbinary DNI is"an action focused on the construction of a more equal but also more inclusive society."

According to a statement released by the office of Argentina's presidential palace, Argentina is the first country in Latin America to allow a different option in the"gender" field of the DNI.This new measure is in line with modifications to identity documents in other countries, the statement said, such as Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

TheUS State Department said recentlythat it is working toward adding a nonbinary gender option to passports.Citizens of Argentina can amend their identification documents at the headquarters of the National Registry of Persons or any office of the Civil Registries. They must bring their birth certificate and their current DNI. headtopics.com

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This Startup Raised $30 Million To Create Brain Maps To Aid Surgeries And TherapeuticsI am a New York based health and science reporter and a graduate from Columbia’s School of Journalism with a master's in science and health reporting. I write on infectious diseases, global health, gene editing tools, intersection of public health and global warming. Previously, I worked as a health reporter in Mumbai, India, with the Hindustan Times, a daily newspaper where I extensively reported on drug resistant infections such as tuberculosis, leprosy and HIV. I also reported stories on medical malpractice, latest medical innovations and public health policies. I have a master’s in biochemistry and a bachelor’s degree in zoology. My experience of working in a molecular and a cell biology laboratory helped me see science from researcher's eye. In 2018 I won the EurekAlert! Fellowships for International Science Reporters. My Twitter account aayushipratap