The topic of law and gender perhaps more so than at any other time in irish history has assumed a dominant place in political and academic debate among scholars and policy makers alike the regulation of gendered bodies and the legal status of sexual and gendered identities is now a highly visible fault line in public discourse. Articles 401 4031 4032 and 4433 of irish constitution civil and administrative law employment equality act 1998 equal status act 2000 unfair dismissals acts 1973 1993 criminal law prohibition of incitement to hatred act 1989. Transgender is a term used to describe a person whose personal gender identity is different from the sex they were born as under irish law if a persons preferred gender is male and is changed. On july 15 2015 ireland passed the gender recognition act of 2015 that allows legal gender changes without the requirement of medical intervention or assessment by the state such change is possible through self determination for any person aged 18 or over ordinarily resident in ireland and or registered on irish registers of birth or adoption
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