U.S. issues first gender-neutral passport


The U.S. State Department has issued its first gender-neutral passport, with an X gender marker.

The department announced it would add an X gender marker for non-binary, intersex, and gender non-conforming persons applying for a U.S. passport or CRBA back in June.

“We look forward to offering this option to all routine passport applicants once we complete the required system and form updates in early 2022,” said State Department spokesman Ned Price. 

The State Department will issue news and updates as they update their system on their website.



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