The current trend toward American gender neutrality continues to push forward, unsurprisingly, in California.
The liberal stronghold has been at the forefront of reality-bending leftist initiatives, especially as it pertains to former President Barack Obama’s bizarre obsession with the minute fraction of Americans who identify themselves as “transgender”. The movement, which has found itself trending in recent months thanks to this democratic push and the reality television focus brought about by Caitlyn, nee Bruce, Jenner, has become political fodder for the radical left who believe that bullying the nation on their pronouns is the best way to create positive change in our nation.
California, of course, has followed suit, continuing their long history of siding with the progressive left in whatever their cause du jour happens to be. Now, the Bear Republic is eyeing a plan to add a third gender to their identification cards and drivers’ licenses, bucking biology and reality in the process.
“The California Senate has already passed SB179, which would introduce a third gender option for state identification. Currently, driver’s licenses and other forms of official identification only contain options for male or female. The bill would allow a third option, which would likely be ‘X,’ according to the San Francisco Chronicle.
“The bill allowing people to identify as ‘nonbinary’ will be considered in the California Assembly. It would also make it easier for transgender people to make sure legal state documents appropriately reflect their gender.
“According to the Transgender Law Center, California law currently allows people to change their gender marker on birth certificates without having had gender reassignment surgery.”