Would a person who was born female, and since gender-reassigned to
male, be able to marry another man (who was born male) legally? For
this question the birth certificate is female, the U.S. passport and
driver's license are male and the couple wants to marry in New Orleans
(if the location matters). If the answer turns out to be uncertain, I
am hoping that someone could comment on the possibility of a license
being granted to us in Louisiana compared to the chances of being
granted one in Maryland.
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