TABLE OF CONTENTS: THE RIGHTS OF TRANSGENDER PEOPLE IN WASHINGTON STATE
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This guide is designed to help transgender individuals understand their legal rights in Washington State.
It is not meant to provide legal advice.
The current legal system assumes individuals identify as one gender, either male or female. While this guide provides an understanding of the current legal system, the ACLU recognizes that many people do not identify as male or female. A person may identify or express as a specific gender, both genders, or neither gender.
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