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Norrie, the first person in New South Wales to be officially recognised as androgynous, Sydney, 20 March 2010 [picture] / John Immig
Bib ID 4832970
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline
Author
Immig, John, 1940-
 
Online Access
Description 2010 
1 photograph : digital, TIFF file, col. 
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Mode of access: Internet via World Wide Web. 

Summary

Norrie is the first person in New South Wales to be officially recognised as gender neutral, instead the Recognised Details Certificate states, "sex not specified". Norrie prefers the term "zie", in place of the "he or she" personal pronoun believing that gender should not be part of a person's identity.

Notes

Title from acquisitions documentation, see file NLA/11050.

Acquired in digital format; access copy available online.

Source of Acquisition Purchased from the photographer, 2010. 
Subjects Norrie -- Portraits.  |  Intersex people -- New South Wales -- Sydney -- Portraits.  |  Gender identity.
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