Ireland introduced a radical new gender-identity recognition system last September, and with it, hundreds of people now have their gender legally recognized. Over a hundred Irish citizens have identified themselves as transgender, and they finally have a legal means to do so, further, they do not require medical treatment or a doctors approval to identify as such with the new Gender Recognition law now. The process for legal identification is seamless thanks to the new form created for people who wish to apply. There have been 113 gender certificates issued in Ireland so far. Next year, the law will be under review and will hopefully also come to include under-16 trans.