A Scot who officially became the world’s first non-gender person has revealed the incredible journey of a lifelong identity crisis.
Norrie May-Welby grew up as a boy in Paisley, Scotland — not knowing if he wanted to be male or female.
The intersex campaigner finally won a four-year legal battle to be recognized as "Spansexual" in April and even has a passport stating "Sex not specified."
Norrie, who now lives in Sydney, Australia, switches from a male or female appearance on any given day. “I did a quiz on the Internet the other day that suggested I am 56% female and 44% male."