After a 2002 ruling by the European Court of Human Rights against the UK government, Parliament passed the Gender Recognition Act of 2004 to allow people to apply to change their legal gender.
Anti-discrimination measures have existed since 1999, were strengthened to include anti-harassment wording in the 2000s, and in 2010 gender reassignment was included as a protected characteristic in the Equality Act.
Now aged 25, the barmaid is enjoying her new body and says she doesn't tell men she beds about her past life as Dean because she "doesn't come with a manual".
Deana told the Daily Star: "If I did date a guy and things were getting more intense I would tell them because it’s a part of my life.
It is not a requirement for sex reassignment surgery to have taken place, although such surgery will be accepted as part of the supporting evidence for a case where it has taken place.
New York City’s Power 105.1 radio show host Charlamagne defended Ginuwine, saying Willoughby’s attempt to force him to kiss her should be considered sexual harassment just like it would if a woman were forced or pressured to kiss someone against their will.“Now we are in the midst of a cultural revolution with Time’s Up, Me Too.hi all im wondering if anyone can recommend a dating site thats safe for trans ppl or even a good lgbt site?Welcome to one scene - the international Gay and Lesbian dating community.Historically transgender people in the United Kingdom have succeeded in having their birth certificates changed and marriages conducted.This was first legally challenged in the 1960s in the case of Ross Alexander, where the Court of Session ruled that the certificate change was legitimate for the purposes of inheriting a title, a decision later upheld by the Home Secretary.It was decided that, for the purposes of marriage, a post-operative transsexual was considered to be of the sex they were assigned at birth. The Act was drafted in response to court rulings from the European Court of Human Rights.The European Court of Human Rights ruled on 11 July 2002, in Goodwin & I v United Kingdom, ( Christine Goodwin & I v United Kingdom  2 FCR 577), that rights to privacy and family life were being infringed: "the UK Government had discriminated based on the following : Violation of Article 8 and Article 12 of the European Convention on Human Rights".Women are rebelling against sexual assault, sexual harassment, unwanted sexual advances in the workplace.Now, what I saw in this video was a man and a woman at work having a conversation and then the conversation took an inappropriate turn, because India Willoughby made an unwanted sexual advance toward Ginuwine,” Charlamagne said.“Let’s switch the roles. And if someone tries to hug you and kiss you, and you don’t want them to hug you and kiss you, you can reject their advances, and making someone believe they can’t reject your advances because they will receive backlash, then that is exactly why there is a Time’s Up movement and a Me Too movement going on right now,” he added.Since 4 April 2005, as per the Gender Recognition Act 2004, it is possible for transgender people to change their legal gender in the UK, allowing them to acquire a new birth certificate, affording them full recognition of their acquired sex in law for all purposes.Transgender people must present evidence to a Gender Recognition Panel, which considers their case and issues a Gender Recognition Certificate (GRC); they must have transitioned two years before a GRC is issued.