Mexico delivers its first non-binary passport

Judith Pena | May 17, 2023

The Government of Mexico granted this Wednesday, May 17, the first non-binary passport.

Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard Casaubon delivered the first passport to a non-binary person identified as Ociel Baena who is a specialist in political-electoral rights, “a promoter of strategic electoral litigation with an LGBTIQ+ perspective.”

With this initiative, the Central American country joined the list of 16 countries in the world that grant this document with a non-binary gender, that is, you do not identify yourself as a man (masculine) or as a woman (feminine).

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