Austrian Received Papers Verifying That He Belongs To The Third Gender

The Austrian Alex Yirgen officially received papers verifying that he belongs to the third gender.

"For the first time in my life I feel recognized by the law," Alex said, pointing to the papers. He was born with atypical chromosomes. So far, there has been no room for the people who are neither men nor women, Yergen said.

Neutral Sexual Education at the Kindergarten in Stockholm

Children get the opportunity to define their gender themselves, writes BBC. 

From the moment a child is born, its gender pretty much determines how they will dress, which toys they'll be given and ultimately how they are meant to behave within society.

But some schools in Sweden are trying to strip away such gender norms.

Madonna at 60: A Career of Highlights and Controversies

"People say I'm controversial," Madonna, who turns 60 on Wednesday, told an audience of music-industry peers in 2016. "But I think the most controversial thing I have ever done is to stick around."

From a career spanning decades, these are just a few of her most inconic, her most controversial and her most inventive moments.

Battling ageism