Posted 14 September 2017 - 11:18
That's true enough, and I suppose there's no issue if they are allowed to identify as the gender they believe themselves to be as opposed to what may be on their birth certificate.
Of course, statistically they are a nonsense, as stated previously, since filling them in isn't mandatory.
This whole issue is a problem which no doubt will require lengthy re education across many sectors of society.... recently I was having a discussion with my solicitor as he had drawn up our wills and of course the terms 'testator' and 'testatrix' were still in use. He did say he had come across people who considered themselves to be neither, so there certainly are those who don't wish to be labelled as either 'he' or 'she'.