These are the 18 countries that allow transgender serve in their military

President Trump’s recent announcement to reverse the Obama policy allowing transgender people to serve in the military, takes the world power off a scanty list of countries that allow individuals to serve in the armed forces regardless of what gender they choose to be identified as.

These are the countries that still allow transgender troops in military service;

  1. Netherlands
  2. Denmark
  3. Norway
  4. Australia
  5. Sweden
  6. Canada
  7. Czech Republic
  8. Israel
  9. Bolivia
  10. Thailand
  11. Spain
  12. Austria
  13. Finland
  14. Germany
  15. Belgium
  16. Estonia
  17. France
  18. United Kingdom

Netherlands became the first country to grant transgender people the right to serve in the military in any capacity in 1974.

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published.

cool good eh love2 cute confused notgood numb disgusting fail