The US state of Nevada has become the 10th state to allow trans, intersex and non-binary people to have gender neutral IDs.
They can choose to marked as M for male, F for female, or simply X.
Nevada joins Washington D.C., Arkansas, California, Colorado, Indiana, Maine, Minnesota, Oregon, Utah and Vermont in this decision.
“All states should let people self-identify,” said Ray Mcfarlane, a manager at an LGBT+ community center in Las Vegas.
“The process should be accessible. It should be easy. It should be low cost.”