By The Daily Wire. An Argentinian man who spent decades slaving away as a tax worker is getting to enjoy some of that “gender equity” everybody’s been calling for. All he had to do was sign a few forms and change one little letter to start enjoying retired life a few years earlier — as a “woman.”
What sounded like an Argentinian version of the Bruce-to-Caitlyn Jenner story — but without the Olympic gold, the Kardashians, and a “Woman of the Year” award — has turned out to be a rather brilliant early retirement plan by a humble tax worker, Sergio Lazarovich, that just wants some fairness, and his pension.
Last June, Sergio officially became Sergia, and Sergia officially became eligible to start drawing her state pension. But a member of Sergia’s family has now blown the lid off the gender identity-based gender equity move, though what actions the state might take remain to be seen.
So how’d Sergio pull it off? Well, it was remarkably easy, as the Daily Mail explains: ”Argentinian law allows any person to change their gender on identity documents to match their self-perception, without having to provide evidence of hormone treatment or gender reassignment surgery.”
In other words, Argentina’s gender identity laws are about as strict as Target’s bathroom policies. (Read more from “Gender Equity LOL: Man Legally Changes Gender So He Can Retire 5 Years Earlier” HERE)
Man Legally Changes His Gender to Identify as a Woman ‘So He Can Retire Five Years Earlier’ in Argentina
By Daily Mail. Sergia Lazarovich, 60, a government worker from the northern province of Salta, applied to change her gender in June last year, having lived for decades as Sergio.
The change was approved recently but a relative has since come forward to accuse Sergia of lying and trying to cheat the pension system.
Argentinian law allows any person to change their gender on identity documents to match their self-perception, without having to provide evidence of hormone treatment or gender reassignment surgery.
The law also allow women to retire on a state pension aged 60, whereas men have to wait until age 65.
The relative told Informate Salta: ‘His conviction is that it is unfair that, because he is a man, he has to work five years more than a woman. (Read more from “Man Legally Changes His Gender to Identify as a Woman ‘So He Can Retire Five Years Earlier’ in Argentina” HERE)