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Depathologizing Gender Identity Through Law document

This paper intends to show that depathologizing gender identity through law is a valid and achievable goal.

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  • 1 November 2021
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GATE: Kara, S (2020). Depathologizing Gender Identity Through Law. GATE Series on Legal Depathologization, Nº 1. New York: GATE.


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While this publication was being finalized, a key trans rights activist who worked tirelessly in the movement for depathologization and in the struggle for reparations passed away. Her name was Maria Sundin. We dedicate this publication to her beloved memory.