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    Oregon Issues First Gender-Neutral State ID Cards


    Oregon began issuing its new gender-neutral driver's licenses and state ID cards to enthusiastic applicants this week.

    While Washington, D.C. started to issue a similar driver's license — featuring the letter "X" in the sex field where "M" or "F" usually go — Oregon is officially the first U.S. state to roll out the program.


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    This is exciting and shows how far we are coming as a society.

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    It's not good enough for extremists. The 'X' 'outs' them. The next step is for everyone to have an X or for the sex classifications to go away. Oregon is way behind the curve. Waste of time.

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    Yeah I made this thread a few weeks ago.

    So how do they figure out which jail to put them if they get pulled over with a warrant?

    Do they go to the boys or the girls?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil Kim View Post
    https://www.nbcnews.com/feature/nbc-...-cards-n777801



    This is exciting and shows how far we are coming as a society.
    Wonder why Oregon did this this? There wasn't a gender field on the driver's license and still isn't, only biological sex which you can't whimsically choose.

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