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Keenan is certainly not the first intersex person to fight for recognition on identity documents.But her success in gaining legal third-gender documents is forcing all levels of government to act, as they scramble to accommodate terms that many state and federal agencies don’t currently use in their computer systems.
In the meantime, she’s had meetings with the California Department of Motor Vehicles to discuss changes in the driver’s license system that would allow her to update her ID.
On Wednesday, Adams told NBC Out Keenan’s intersex birth certificate has “huge historic significance.”“It shows a change in the nation's understanding of gender as not being constrained by the myth of the binary,” Adams said.
As people like Keenan, Shupe and Zzyym push forward with various government agencies, it’s becoming clear that some sort of standardization will soon become necessary.
They would be able to perform the same acts in sex.
They would be able to impregnate each other, both being able to give birth to a child while also being able to both be the respective parents.
She’s also fielded requests from clients in seven other states across the country.
Overall, Adams described the third-gender movement as “exploding” and told NBC Out she expects 2017 to be a landmark year in which third-gender options on identity documents could become standardized.Keenan’s historic birth certificate arrived during a historic year for gender politics that began with the nation’s first legally non-binary person, Jamie Shupe—who changed gender in Oregon this June.Keenan’s case is also a parallel to that of Dana Zzyym, a Colorado Intersex person who filed a lawsuit against the State Department after the agency refused to issue a third-gender passport.Keenan started a lifetime of hormone replacement therapy at age 16, vaguely informed that she was “a girl that can’t make hormones.” Her father confessed to her in 2012 that doctors had suggested a penis be constructed to match her genitalia to her male chromosomes, but he had declined.She has since undergone endocrinological testing to confirm her intersex status.“Not all intersex people will choose to identify legally as intersex,” Keenan told NBC Out, “and not all parents will choose to have their intersex child identified as intersex on birth documents.In 2016, it is relatively simple—with the appropriate medical care and documentation—in most states to change one’s gender from male to female and vice versa.