Intersexuality and Problems of Legal Recognition
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Changes in life of society, freedom of individuals rise new challenges, and one of them is the recognition of a third / non-who or X gender. Gender is no longer just a physical expression, it is a more perceived interpretation. The binary apportionment of gender is no longer so strict, because it leaves the position of a different gender perspective - not as a biological, but social expression, and opens up the requirements for recognizing intersexuality, which, as analyzed in this presentation, is defined as a multidimensional concept, is often equated with hermaphrodism, the third gender, transexuality and etc. Presentation shows that intersexuality must be determined not by violence but by research and free choice. Here is an overview of the experience of Germany and Australia with a view to implementing the appropriate legal framework in this area.