Last year, New York City passed a new transgender law.
They said their goal was to allow “transgenders” to live with “dignity and respect.”
That opened the door for New Yorkers to make one change on their birth certificates that will leave you scratching your head.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a new transgender law is taking effect that allows residents of New York City to change their sex on their birth certificates.
Residents can mark “M” for male, “F” for female, or “X” for other.
And they don’t have to provide any doctor’s note or other documentation for the change.
Mayor de Blasio tweeted out to remind everyone of this change.
To all trans and non-binary New Yorkers: We see you, hear you and respect you. Starting in 2019, all New Yorkers will be able to change their gender on their birth certificate to M, F or X — without a doctor’s note. pic.twitter.com/we4TbCVdhJ
— NYC Mayor’s Office (@NYCMayorsOffice) December 29, 2018
This change means New Yorkers can just edit the gender that appears on their birth certificate at a whim.
Far more questions than answers come from this move.
Can anyone change their gender to be able to attend all-male or all-female schools?
If someone is neither male nor female, can they do whatever they want as both genders?
Can someone change genders at will, as much as they want?
These are questions that the transgender activists cannot answer.
If they were honest, they would find that their transgender fantasies collapse when put to any level of scrutiny.
Transgender activists say they take issue with assigning gender at birth based on sex, but the reality is that there is no other way to approach the issue.
Virtually everyone in America knows this, and this is exactly why President Trump received overwhelming support to legally define sex as “a biological, immutable condition determined by genitalia at birth.”
Do you think Americans should be able to change their birth certificates to Male, Female, or even “X” at a whim?
Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.