Here are some hopeful signs of change:
Germany recently passed a law allowing parents to choose gender undetermined for their children.
And from ABC news:
Here is a website called Interface.Already, Australia and Nepal allow adults to mark male, female or a "third gender" on their official documents. In June, a 52-year-old Australian, Norrie May-Welby, became the world's first recognized "genderless" person after winning a legal appeal to keep an "unspecified" gender status for life.German passports will have a third designation other than M or F -- X, for intersex, according to the Interior Ministry.
The Interface Project's mission is to gather and share personal stories of people living with an intersex condition or difference of sex development (DSD) to spread the message: No Body Is ShamefulAnd the American Sociological Association has recognized that gender is not a binary category has as well. People who join or renew their membership in the ASA can select from the following categories:
FemaleMaleTransgender – femaleTransgender – malePrefer not to answer