US issues first gender-neutral passport to 63-year-old intersex activist

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The United States has issued its first gender-neutral passport. The first documentation with an 'X' designation has been given to 63-year-old intersex activist Dana Zzyym. Zzyym, who prefers a gender-neutral pronoun, has been in a legal battle with the State Department since 2015."We exist. We all should be allies together in the fight for rights," Zzyym said."This is what this represents to me. The right to exist, the right to stand up for ourselves."

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