U.S. court rules for Colorado ‘intersex’ veteran denied passport

Dana Zzyym is shown in this October 22, 2015 photo in Denver, Colorado, U.S., in this handout photo released to Reuters on November 22, 2016. Courtesy of Lambda Legal Defense Fund/Handout via REUTERS/Files

(Reuters) – A federal court has ruled the U.S. State Department cannot deny a passport to a Navy veteran who is intersex and identifies as neither male nor female. Navy veteran Dana Zzyym, a Colorado resident born in 1958 with ambiguous sex characteristics, sued the federal government for refusing to issue a passport because it […]

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