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In this Tamil discussion forum on male-to-female transsexuals in 2012, Associate Professor Arunachalam Ilancheran who was a protege of Singapore's pioneering sex reassignment surgeon, Prof. Shan S Ratnam, reveals that he had been performing sex reassignment surgery since 1979 and that it was Prof. Ratnam who lobbied the government in the 1970s to enable post-operative transgender Singaporeans to change the gender stated in their National Registration Identity Cards (NRIC) and the documents which flowed from that, such as their passports, but not on their birth certificates. Thanks to the efforts of Prof. Ratnam, post-operative transsexuals were also allowed to get legally married in 1993 via an amendment to the Women's Charter. Links:

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