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The simultaneous transfer or reassignment for ARDs and SDSs, Briones said, shall be implemented this July 2019 while January 2020 for all RDs and ASDSs.
White, who was previously also called Stephen Wood, had cross-dressed in the past but only began gender reassignment when she was remanded into custody.
ISLAMABAD -- A 28-year-old has approached the Islamabad High Court (IHC) seeking directions from relevant authorities to change her gender and receive gender reassignment surgery.
In the first-ever case of its kind before the Islamabad High Court (IHC), a 28-years old Yusra Waheed has filed a petition seeking court's permission to change her gender as doctors have advised her gender reassignment surgery.
Essex-born Eastwood is not understood to have requested gender reassignment surgery or a move to Cornton Vale women's jail as yet.
Pilley, later known as "Jane Anne," became the first person to undergo gender reassignment surgery when he got his orchidectomy done on the National Health Service,(http://www.independent.co.uk/news/murderer-to-get-sex-swap-on-the-nhs-1079940.html)  the Independent reported . 
These verses negate the possibility of gender determining and its reassignment and indicate it is not feasible for mankind, because, if it was possible for human, the monopoly expressed in the verse was not correct and God's "bestowed male or female" was meaningless.
Judge Jeanette Hanna, who issued the verdict, said there is a civil right to sex reassignment to relieve a person from psychological and social suffering.
Gender reassignment is a protected characteristic under the Equality Act 2010 protecting individuals against discrimination, harassment and victimisation in the workplace on the grounds of gender reassignment.
The Interior Ministry informed the police officers about their reassignment on Tuesday.