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Jun 19, 2017 by Will Maule

Oregon First State To Offer Gender Neutral Driver's Licenses

The state of Oregon has become the first state to offer residents the option of not specifying their gender on driver's licenses, according to CBN. Under the new rule approved by the Oregon Transportation Commission, citizens who select the new option will simply have an 'X' appear instead of M for male or F for female on the cards.  

Now, other states such as California are seeking to do the same. But many are pushing back against this progressive law. "We believe government documents need to reflect biological facts for identification and medical purposes," said California Family Council CEO Jonathan Keller. 

"Secondly, the bill advances a falsehood: that being male or female, or no gender at all is a choice each person must make, not a fact to celebrate and accept. Laws like this will simply erase any meaningful gender definitions, if being male or female is completely divorced from biological facts."



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