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ransgender people with their preferred name and gender on all their identification documents – passports, driver licences or birth certificates – found that those with gender-affirming IDs were 32% less likely to be classified as seriously psychologically distressed and 22% less likely to have seriously considered suicide than those with no gender-affirming IDs.

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