New York Unveils Non-Binary Option on Birth Certificates

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One of the most stunning impacts gender ideology has had on our society is that governments are starting to behave as though something that is biologically impossible is.

A third gender.

While there are biological conditions known has transsex or hermaphrodism, this has always been the case and is clearly not the concern of government bodies like the New York City council which voted in September to allow a third option on birth certificates.

This is for people who are either male or female and identify otherwise…as neither male or female which is, of course, biologically impossible to simply decide. Unless you have a genetic disorder, you are coded with either XX or XY chromosomes and these will never change throughout your lifetime.

In other words, no matter how you feel on the “inside,” inside your body, you are programmed to be either male or female.

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Additionally, transgender New Yorkers no longer need a letter from a doctor to correct the gender on their birth certificates. Instead, it’s enough to bring in a notarized affidavit that explains that the gender marker needs to be updated to affirm one’s gender identity.

“Transgender and gender non-conforming New Yorkers deserve the right to choose how they identify and to live with respect and dignity,” said Mayor Bill de Blasio in a statement.

“I have long advocated for this gender ‘X’ category option and I am proud that New York’s birth certificates are now as inclusive as our City,” said City Council Speaker Corey Johnson.

“I hope everyone who chooses to change their gender marker knows that their City government has their back and supports their decision.”

It also is particularly noteworthy that this change is happening on a document that is meant to express the circumstances of your birth. In most cases (for now, at least) these are people who are “correcting” their birth certificate, but you cannot change your past any more than you can change you gender.

Do we change who our parents were on our birth certificate? The doctor who delivered us? The time we were born? No. This is a document that states certain facts about a day in the past, and it’s bizarre that because of gender ideology, suddenly we can literally erase the past.

Now, this might seem hyperbolic, but if you’ve read Orwell’s 1984, you will know that the fictional totalitarian government in the novel put a lot of effort into altering or destroying records of the past to maintain their current narratives.

This may seem like it’s only happening in a small degree in the case of changing birth certificates, but make no mistake, to do so has very serious implications.

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