It took Chile's conservative, Roman Catholic legal system far longer to come around. Alexis, who was born an identical twin with his sister Maria Ignacia, two weeks ago changed his name and sex in the civil registry, as well as on his birth certificate. The changes paved the way for him to this week request his first government-issued ID.
Lawmakers in Chile on Wednesday passed legislation allowing people as young as 14 to legally change their name and gender identity. It allows people aged 18 and above to change their name and legal gender, while those aged over 14 can do so with the permission of a parent or legal guardian. The Senate had passed the bill last month, so Wednesday's vote brought an end to a five-year battle in the deeply conservative South American country.
Alexis Parada, former Catalina hugs his twin sister Maria Ignacio, after he changed his name for a male name on the new identification card at the civil identification registry in Santiago, Chile, September 6, It took Chile's conservative, Roman Catholic legal system far longer to come around. Alexis, who was born an identical twin with his sister Maria Ignacia, two weeks ago changed his name and sex in the civil registry, as well as on his birth certificate.
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