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Faut-il supprimer la mention du sexe de la personne à l'état civil ?

Abstract : In a society which fights against gender discriminations and legalized same-sex marriage, it may seem pointless to continue to officially report the gender of a person in the civil status certificates (Passport, ID card). However, gender difference is far from disappeared in Law. This is especially true regarding to filiation matters or when diversity is imposed as a way to fight against inequality between men and women. If the reference to the sex cannot be removed from the civil status certificate, the conditions for change of gender reference should be softened to make easier for transgender people to live according to their gender identity.
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Philippe Guez. Faut-il supprimer la mention du sexe de la personne à l'état civil ?. La Revue des Droits de l'Homme, CTAD-CREDOF (Centre de recherche et d'études sur les droits fondamentaux) 2015, ⟨10.4000/revdh.1660⟩. ⟨hal-01644199⟩

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