“My hope is to get my birth certificate corrected. I was born female. My birth certificate does not reflect accurately that I was born female and that I am female. And the state’s duty is to correct my birth certificate to reflect who I am,” said Stephanie Mott, a transgender activist and a graduate student in social work at Washburn University.
“My hope is to get my birth certificate corrected. I was born female. My birth certificate does not reflect accurately that I was born female and that I am female. And the state’s duty is to correct my birth certificate to reflect who I am,” said Stephanie Mott, a transgender activist and a graduate student in social work at Washburn University. Bryan Lowry The Wichita Eagle
“My hope is to get my birth certificate corrected. I was born female. My birth certificate does not reflect accurately that I was born female and that I am female. And the state’s duty is to correct my birth certificate to reflect who I am,” said Stephanie Mott, a transgender activist and a graduate student in social work at Washburn University. Bryan Lowry The Wichita Eagle

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