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Spanish consuls will marry homosexuals in countries where it is legal

The LGTBI Trans law will allow Spanish consuls around the world to celebrate gay marriages, provided that both the Spaniard and the Spaniard parties are citizens of Spain.

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Spanish consuls will marry homosexuals in countries where it is legal

The LGTBI Trans law will allow Spanish consuls around the world to celebrate gay marriages, provided that both the Spaniard and the Spaniard parties are citizens of Spain. It will not be necessary that a country allows them to be celebrated. However, it won't be required that they do not prohibit them. This is a way to promote a right that has been in place for 17 years in other countries.

The Council of Ministers today gave its final support and sent the trans law to Congress for approval. It's the norm that recognizes transsexuals' right to gender self-determination. It also allows for official sex change at 12 years old. The law prohibits therapists to 'cure' homosexuals, lesbians, or bisexuals and penalizes them with severe fines. This law protects the free right for assisted reproduction techniques for all groups.

In addition to these measures and marriages in consulates the final text includes other pertinent innovations like the authorization for immigrants change their name or sex in Spain Civil Registry only if the applicant can prove that such a modification is impossible in their country of origin. This rule will require universities to train doctors, lawyers, and teachers in sexual diversity in order for these key professionals in social life to act in line with the law and without prejudice in their work environments.

After almost two years of trying to avoid a political minefield, Congress received the trans law just one year after it was approved by the Government. There were also fights between government partners and strong external questions about certain aspects of the project such as those of Judiciary.

Irene Montero was the main proponent of the project and today she greeted it with the "finally" that is a sign of her appreciation for the work involved. She had to keep a close relationship with Carmen Calvo, the first vice president at the time, who like many in the feminist movement opposes transgender self-determination. Calvo was forced to resign because of her close support for the LGTBI leader's arguments a year earlier.

While the main LGTBI groups support the project's content, they hope to gain support from the parliamentary groups in order to include additional aspirations through amendment. They include lowering the age at which gender self-determination can be made with parental consent until 12 years of age (without the intervention by the judge); the recognition of non-binary with their third box on DNI; and the extension of the rights of this norm to all transmigrants, regardless of whether or not they have papers.

These are the key points of the bill.

Medical tests are no longer required to change registered sex. Transsexuality is a choice and not a disease. Therefore, no witness statement or medical reports, nor two years of hormone treatment, will be required.

Transsexuals can choose their gender through the law. Anyone over 16 years old in Spain can request to have her name or sex changed in the Civil Registry. The same rights will be available to those aged 14-15, provided they have the support of their guardians or parents (or the Prosecutor). Adolescents aged 12 and 13 years old can change their registered sex but need to be granted judicial authorization. Your maturity level and firmness regarding your desire to transsexuality will be determined by a judge.

Children under 12 years old cannot change their registered sex. However, they can choose to change their name to one that is more in line with their identity. This change of name gives rights to students and athletes in school.

The process of changing registered sex begins when the interested party appears. He must complete a form and be informed of the legal consequences. He will then return to the registry within a maximum period of three months to ratify his claim. He will be issued the official resolution one month later.

To prevent anyone from violating the law or playing with it, there is a security clause. After six months, the registration sexchange has been granted and cannot be reversed. To be able to return to the original formal sex after the security period ends, someone will need to apply to the court.

This text bans any therapy that purports to cure LGTBI people (the so-called conversion or antiversion therapies) and penalizes anyone who offers them or performs them with fines up to 150,000 Euros.

Law guarantees public and free assisted reproduction for lesbians and bisexuals as well as single women and transgender citizens who have the ability to conceive. These groups are protected from exclusions from benefits such as that provided by the PP 2014

It allows the legal parent to be registered as the legal parent of a bisexual or lesbian mother, even if they have never married.

Except for medical necessity, genital modification operations on intersex infants up to 12 years old are not allowed. They are only permitted for those between 12 and 16 years old if they are requested by the interested party and he proves that he is mature enough to allow them. The registry grants parents a year to determine their sex.

For legal purposes, the law defines victims and provides comprehensive protection to victims of intra-gender violence (same sex couples) for the first time. They are seeking to confront a hidden scourge which can affect as many as a third of gay or lesbian couples.

The law requires that education curriculum be inclusive of sexual diversity at all ages. It also prohibits discrimination against LGTBI in employment.

It also includes penalties for discriminating against LGTBI persons. In general, if there is evidence of discrimination, the burden to prove it is reversed. The defendant will have to show that he doesn't discriminate to avoid the fine. There are three types of sanctions: minor (up to 2,000 euro), severe (up to 10,000), and very serious (10001 to 150,000). Maximum fines, harassment, or retaliation for conversion therapies will be imposed.

Recidivism, secondary victimization, and the social significance of events will all be considered when determining fines. These factors will also act as aggravating conditions to direct sanctions to the bracket's upper portion. These sanctions can also include ancillary measures like the abolition or prohibition of contracts with the administration, or the closing of the establishment.

Galicia, the judge in charge of Civil Registry of Ourense has granted permission to change sex to an 8-year-old boy whose birth certificate was mistakenly written as a woman. He also assessed his "sufficient maturity" (and his "stable transsexual relationship). The judge has ordered that the minor's birth record be corrected and that the indication of sex should be changed. It must now be "male" instead of "female" like it originally appeared.

On Monday, Judge Dario Carpio Estevez perez signed the order. It was issued the same day as the Council of Ministers approved trans bill. This allows for the alteration of sex in the Registry without the need for a psychological or medical report.

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