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Couple banned from naming baby son 'Amber' by French authorities


French authorities have banned a couple from naming their newborn son ‘Amber’ due to fears that the child may become confused by his gender in the future. The new parents from the Morbihan department of Brittany welcomed their child in January but when they went to register his birth, the registrar reported them to a prosecutor in Lorient. It was soon decided that the name – which translates to ‘Ambres’ in French – would end up “confusing the child in a way that could be harmful”.




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Write by Koubache