Trans rights in micronations

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Many micronations have adopted laws regarding trans[1] people. These laws vary greatly by micronation, and in many cases macronational law may interfere with the implementation of these laws.

Trans issues have at times been a point of contention in the MicroWiki Sector, and the topic remains controversial in many circles. Quite a few leaders of prominent micronations are open about their being trans. The Augusta Accord is one well-known event relating to trans rights in micronationalism.

Desired rights and protections

Below is a list of civil rights issues commonly championed by and for trans people, listed loosely in order of priority:

In addition to the above rights, the following legal protections are also often sought by trans people:

Trans people also often seek the following positive rights:

  • Public funding of transition, which for an individual is often prohibitively expensive when surgeries are required
  • Public funding of assisted reproductive technologies, which are extraordinarily expensive and often required for trans people seeking to conceive, because transition is inherently damaging for their native reproductive organs

Legislation by micronation

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North America


South America


See also

Notes and references

  1. The term "trans" here is used as a shortened version of "trans*", which includes, but is not limited to, transgender and non-binary people.
  2. Principality of Sancratosia (13 January 2022). "Law no 5 of 13 January 2022 on the provisions against discrimination".