A Tasmanian bill which would allow parents to refuse to list a child’s gender on their birth certificate has been deferred until March next year.
If the legislation were to be passed, persons 16 or older will also be able to legally change their gender on their birth certificate by simply filling out a statutory declaration.
Before and during the plebiscite, we were told repeatedly that there would be no adverse consequences to redefining marriage. And yet, just a year after removing gender from marriage, LGBT activists are seeking to remove gender from society altogether.
The good news is we still have time to fight this radical Tasmanian proposal!