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The 7th Circuit reversed its own precedent on reassignment as a reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) in its Sept.
com)-- Known as one of the leading gender reassignment surgeons in Europe, Miroslav Djordjevic, M.
He's also written a memoir on the subject of his gender reassignment, Transition: The Story of How I Became a Man .
In a case of first impression, the Tax Court ruled that the costs of hormone therapy and sex reassignment surgery for an individual diagnosed with gender identity disorder (GID) qualified as deductible medical expenses.
In a three-part treatment regimen, the taxpayer took feminizing hormones from 1997 through 2001, began presenting herself as a female in public starting in 2000, and underwent gender reassignment surgery (including breast augmentation) in 2001.
But among the usual questions about religion, gender, sexual orientation and disability was the question about gender reassignment Of the 4,662 people who answered the question, 300 said they had already had or were having a sex change.
Men and women who feel trapped in a body of the wrong gender now stand a better chance of getting gender reassignment therapy, following a change in Health Commission Wales policy.
Beatie was born female, named Tracy Lagondino, but had gender reassignment surgery and is now legally male and married to a woman.