The news that the worlds first genderless person has been recognised by Australian authorities has been welcomed by an international gender charity.
The gender charity is fulfilling an important social function in providing comfort, support and representation for persons who have undergone appendage divestation and become gender neutral.
Although in its present form the trust is considered to be too limited by concentrating solely on gender re-alignment and dangly bit nullification issues and needs to expand its scope.
People who feel that arms and legs are offensive and unwanted appendages preventing them from realising their true selves are also in need of support and representation after they have undergone their NHS provided arm and legotomies.
Society has a duty to provide a non-judgemental and limbneutral environment where limbnegative persons can feel accepted and free from discrimination. There should also be a legal requirement to provide little electrically powered trollys steered by a mouth held remote control for them to scoot around on.
There would still remain specific problems for those whose self realisation also required a mouthotomy, and orientation would be not be a simple matter for those who have also chosen to become eyenegative and excercised their legal right to an NHS eyeotomy, but the technical problems are not insurmountable.
A wide spectrum association representing the interests of all persons who have achieved their full human potential by means of voluntary corporal modification and appendage divestation far beyond gender neutralisation is an absolute necesssity in a modern, tolerant and diverse society.
In the longer term the association would sponsor research in the areas of corporal neutralisation and appendage divestation, leading eventually to the establishment of national storage facilities for the brains in bottles of those who have exercised their human right to become completely bodynegative.