A young Comox boy is among the first 30 British Columbians to re-designate their gender on their birth certificates after new legislation was passed earlier this year allowing the change — but his mission’s not over yet.
Harriette Cunningham, 11, was born a boy named Declan, but it wasn’t long before he began to assert that something wasn’t right about the body he was born into.
“She would rebel from getting her hair cut at a young age, and she would gravitate toward things our society would identify as really feminine,” said dad Colin Cunningham.
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