Canadian baby issued possibly first ever health card without sex designation.

An eight-month old,Searyl Atli Doty born in BC has been issued a health card without a gender marker, in what could be the first case in the world.
The health card has been issued with a “U” in the space for “sex”, which could be for “undetermined” or “unassigned”.
Parent Kori Doty, a non-binary transgender person who identifies as neither male nor female – aims to allow the child to discover their own gender arguing that a visual inspection at birth is unable to determine what gender that person will have or identify with later in life.
Kori Doty, said that those who feel different to the gender designation assigned at birth face several problems later in life trying to change their documents.