non binary gender

As well as being "brutal", lack of options on death certificates could be putting people at risk.
“I hate the idea we are fighting between ourselves,” the gender-fluid comic says.
Around one in 250 people self-define as non-binary, yet many businesses don't cater for them.
Non-binary and trans activists talk about why they feel it’s important to have the option of an ‘X’ on their passports. Activist Christie Elan-Cane is fighting for passports that recognise non-binary people, also known as ‘X Passports’. Elan-Cane challenged Britain’s passport office in the Court of Appeal after losing an initial hearing in 2018.
The How Do You Sleep? singer came out as non-binary earlier this year.
But I've spent my whole working life and most of my childhood connected to live performance so I can reel off a million reasons why it matters. Recently however, one justification in particular has been at the forefront of my mind. I have been producing a new show called BULLISH with my theatre company Milk Presents.