Singapore voids a marriage after husband’s sex change
Singapore has voided the marriage of a couple after the husband underwent a sex change, making their partnership a same-sex union that contravened the city-state’s laws, a report said yesterday. The couple married as man and woman in 2015 but the husband underwent a sex change operation and updated his national identity card to read “female”. But when the unidentified couple tried to buy a government-built apartment, they had to inform the authorities. Married couples receive state grants for first-time purchases of government apartments. The marriage was voided several months later, making them ineligible to buy the apartment they wanted.