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A male-to-female transgender person cannot be a legal parent of a child conceived with frozen sperm prior to transition, a Japanese court ruled on Friday.

The ruling concerns a transgender woman, a biological male, who froze sperm before undergoing transitional surgery. The individual later helped conceive a child using preserved sperm, but a Japanese high court claims she cannot be the legal guardian of children conceived in this way, according to the Daily Mail.

Japan requires transgender people to undergo transitional surgery before they can legally change their gender.

The unidentified individual in this case had two daughters with the same biological woman, but one of them was conceived using frozen sperm after the transition.

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The court ruled that only the daughter born before the surgery is legally the person’s daughter.

Japan has required transgender people to undergo transitional surgery and sterilization since 2004.

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Japan’s Supreme Court overturned an appeal to the law in 2019.

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