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  • Hawaii poised to become ninth state to have "Gender X" as an option on driver licenses

    06/26/2019 6:13:06 AM PDT · by Olog-hai · 22 replies
    Fox News ^ | 06/26/2019 | Danielle Wallace
    Hawaii’s “No License to Discriminate” bill is expected to become law Wednesday, which would make the state the ninth in the country to offer “Gender X” as a category on driver licenses. Gov. David Ige, a Democrat, is expected to sign HB 1165 into law, which will allow drivers to select “X” if they prefer not to identify as either male or female on state-issued licenses, KHON-TV reported. The measure also protects a person from having to provide documentation, such as a birth certificate, to prove their gender before choosing “Gender X,” according to Hawaii News Now. …
  • There's a new 'Gender X' option on N.J. birth certificates. How's it going to work? Your questions

    03/07/2019 10:42:44 AM PST · by Coleus · 10 replies
    The Star Ledger of Newark ^ | 02.06.19 | Kelly Heyboer
    New Jersey made history this month by becoming the fourth state in the nation to create an alternative option on its birth certificates beyond male and female. Starting Feb. 1, there is a new category on birth certificates -- "undesignated/ non-binary" -- also known as Gender X. The change is part of the newly-enacted "Babs Siperstein Law," which streamlines the process for transgender residents to change the gender on their New Jersey birth certificates. Unlike in the past, people do not need to have gender-reassignment surgery to amend the document. Now, anyone can switch the gender on their birth certificate...
  • Massachusetts Republican beats trans driver’s license bill by forcing votes on all 73 genders

    08/17/2018 8:45:46 PM PDT · by rickmichaels · 53 replies
    Life Site ^ | Aug. 16, 2018 | Calvin Freiburger
    Legislation to add a “Gender X” option to driver’s license should have been a straightforward task in the far-left state of Massachusetts, but one Republican lawmaker managed to derail the bill by taking transgender ideology to its furthest extreme. The state Senate voted in June to approve the measure, which would have also extended the option to learner’s permits and state identification cards. No documentation would have been required to prove an applicant is neither male nor female. “It’s a milestone,” bill sponsor Sen. Karen Spilka, a Democrat, said at the time. Despite the state House of Representatives being just...