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Sterilize Trans people before changing Gender
Japan has upheld a law effectively requiring trans people seeking to legally change their gender to be sterilized. Takakito Usui, a transgender man who wants to change the gender listed on his official documents, had appealed to the court seeking to overturn Law 111, which requires applicants to "permanently lack functioning" reproductive parts to qualify for gender affirmation. The Supreme Court unanimously rejected Usui's case Thursday, ruling the 2003 law constitutional -- though judges added it was invasive and encouraged the legislature to review it. "It is unthinkable in this day and time that the law requires a sex-change operation to change gender," Usui's lawyer Tomoyasu Oyama told CNN.https://edition.cnn.com/2019/01/25/asia/japan-supreme-court-trans-intl/index.html?utm_medium=social&utm_term=link&utm_source=fbCNNi&utm_content=2019-01-25T07%3A31%3A04&fbclid=IwAR3RO_z8r_4Xm93C0HKFuUjj2v8CYR8qyUEEgRn3uo7Y3io2AOzMhnIPYhk
The Women's Varsity Match 2018
The first women’s varsity match between the universities of Oxford and Cambridge was played on 10 March, 1988 in Oxford. Now in its 32nd edition, Twickenham will host the fixture for the fourth time. Cambridge won the 2017 game 24-0, although Oxford has won 19 of the 31 previous matches. The ‘player of the match’ will be awarded the Bunting-Peggers trophy, named after the first captains of the fixture in 1988.