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Gender ID laws:
The Gender Recognition Act 2015 allows people over 18 to self-declare their gender. Young people of 16 and 17 must provide a court order and testimony from a parent or guardian. Full text of the act is available here.
Jill Nesbitt: Gender recognition in Ireland
Interview with Laoise Uí Aodha de Brún: It's easier to change your legal sex than to be Irish....
September 2019 - Male sex offender placed in Limerick Women's Prison. Click here to read article from the Irish Law Society Gazette.