As I covered last week, Joe Biden is now allowing Americans to go global as genderless beings.
From my article:
If you and your lady or man were wanting to travel internationally in the near future, you should be aware there are other options.
Compliments of the Biden administration, sans salute to sex, you and your nonbinary individual can soon paint the globe.
Starting April 11th, Americans may list “X” as the gender on their passports.
What portion of American travelers might utilize the freedom to officially be neither girl nor boy? A new University of California study has an idea.
UCLA School of Law think tank Williams Institute estimates the number of “nonbinary LGBTQ people in the U.S., ages 18-60” as 1,219,000.
As for what percentage of that populace will request passports with the Gender X marker annually, the Institute suggests 1.37% — or 16,700.
We estimate that 1.4% of the nonbinary LGBTQ population in the U.S., or 16,700 people, may request passports with an X gender marker each year. This estimate is based upon current demand for X gender markers on driver’s licenses in states which allow such an option.
[T]he average number of driver’s licenses with X gender markers issued per year in the 18 states with available data (13,804) was multiplied by 0.425 to create an estimate of how many passports with X gender markers may be requested and issued per year in these states (5,866). This estimated demand for passports with X gender markers in these 18 states was divided by the total population of nonbinary LGBTQ people ages 18-60 estimated to live in these states, to create an estimated percentage of nonbinary LGBTQ people who would request passports with an X gender marker per year (1.37%). 1.37% was multiplied by the total estimated number of nonbinary LGBTQ people ages 18-60 in the United States (1,219,000),14 to create an estimate of the number of passports with X gender markers that may be requested or issued per year (16,700).
According to Worldometers, the U.S. population is currently about 335,000,000. 16,700 out of that constitutes .005%.
Is our current panderous state such that federal policy is being crafted for .005% of the citizenry? It appears so.
As for genderless globetrotting, of course, not every country is as open-minded as ours. Many require that you be John or Jane.
Hence, the Biden administration may have set up those it’s trying so hard to impress to reach a border they cannot cross.
Optically, however, that may not matter. If an LGBTQIA+ member encounters difficulty entering a foreign land with “X” marking their spot, the story can simply be squashed as “malinformation” — information that is true but causes harm:
What are the different types of false information?
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has identified misinformation, disinformation, and malinformation as the different types of false information we can encounter.#TrustedInfo pic.twitter.com/cFo7rsLgET
— Lee County Supervisor of Elections (@Lee_Elections) October 18, 2021
In a myriad of ways, that seems to be a concept on which much of our politics is currently based: Something may be true, but it shouldn’t be allowed because it’s harmful.
Back to ID’s, per USBirthCertificates.com, 25 states currently allow for genderless driver’s licenses.
It’s easy to imagine that’s where we’ll all end up. Eventually, no one in America will officially have anything where their left leg meets their right. As our language becomes more bland due to wokeness, it only makes sense that our bodies will follow.
And for those who dislike the idea of only being neutral on paper, medical science is catching up:
'Nonbinary Gender Affirming' Doctors Offer Sexual 'Nullification' Surgery
— RedState (@RedState) May 28, 2021
The future looks remarkable, indeed.
Story cited here.
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