Transistence: Can Spain show Greece the way to defending trans rights?

A new law in Spain allows people to freely change gender from age 16, without undergoing a two-year hormonal treatment or obtaining a medical diagnosis of gender dysphoria, as required by previous legislation.

Popaganda went to Spain, meeting politicians, trans rights activists and organisations, in an attempt to find out how the new law changed the life of trans people in the country, and to find out whether a similar transition could take place in Greece.

This shortdoc is part of our “Stories Breaking Borders” series.

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