US colleges recognize neutral genders

World Today

Gender identity discussions often just involve the best known of the transgender community: men and women who identify as the opposite of their sex assigned at birth. But there’s a growing chorus being heard from another branch of transgenders – those who feel they are not wholly male or female, but somewhere in between.

In the United States, they’re being heard, especially by educators. CCTV’s Karina Huber reports on a growing trend on college campuses – to recognize a third, neutral gender.