THE GENDER RECOGNITION ACT
Founded in 2004, the Gender Recognition Act is the legislation that determines a
transgender persons right to transition in the UK. The government had
announced a reform of the GRA to make transitioning easier yet following an
inquiry, no action was taken despite 56% of the British public being in favour of a
trans person's right to self identify. Find out here how this affects the daily lives of
transgender people living in the UK and what you can do to help.