Liberals claim to support and love science, yet they continue to abuse and deny it. Why? There are two genders: male and female. Anything outside of that is a deformity or mental disorder.
Despite the facts, Washington state officials are still considering the possibility of allowing a third gender option on birth certificates, gender “X”.
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The proposal could take effect in February after receiving approval from Washington Secretary of Health John Weisman at the end of 2017, the Associated Press reported.
According to KUOW-FM, both adults and children, with parental consent and a doctor’s note, could retroactively change the gender on their birth certificate.
The non-binary gender option, according to critics, could tarnish the reliability of state health statistics. Supporters argue the new rule could help better understanding and alleviate confusion.
Washington Department of Health spokeswoman Christie Spice said, “More people are identifying as a gender other than a male or female and there’s growing demand for non-binary sex designations on all identity documents, including birth certificates.”
Since when do we allow facts to bend in order to tiptoe around people’s feelings? Next thing you know, we will be able to identify as different species as well.
One day birth certificates will have the option to claim human babies are actually kittens or elephants, and may even allow them to falsely choose the wrong race as well. Once you open those floodgates, where exactly is the line drawn?
This is only the beginning folks. Oregon has already established that starting in 2018, they will allow gender “X” on birth certificates as well.
A new Oregon law allowing an “X” designation on birth certificates takes effect on January 1, 2018. In June, Oregon became the first state in the nation to allow a third gender option for driver licenses and state identification cards.
A spokeswoman for Washington’s Department of Licensing said the agency is in the early stages of considering whether it can offer a gender neutral designation on state ID cards.
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