From our friends at the Huffington Post...
As of November, Germany will be the first country in Europe to offer a "third gender" distinction on its birth certificates.
A new German law stipulates that children who are born of indeterminate gender no longer have to be categorized as "male" or "female." Instead, parents can choose to leave the space blank on their child's birth certificate, according to German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung. Those individuals can eventually decide whether to identify as male, female or neither.
The German legislature voted this as an amendment to the Civil Status Act on May 7.