Sunday, February 01, 2009

Gender Ambivalence

Driver's license applicants can choose their own gender
State allows men to identify themselves as women

The state of Massachusetts, which has been at the forefront of normalizing homosexual relationships in law, has taken a bold new step to allow applicants for drivers licenses to select their gender on official documents.

The decision by Rachel Kaprielian became public when an organization promoting family values obtained a copy of a letter she dispatched to a homosexual lobbying organization.

The letter to Marc Solomon of MassEquality said the state Registry of Motor Vehicles "has amended its policy to enable transgendered individuals to more easily change the gender designation on their licenses and identity cards."

Kaprielian said the new provisions
no longer will require applicants to submit medical proof of sex reassignment surgery.

"Under the new policy, the letter said, "an individual who wishes to change the gender marker will submit an updated application together with a Gender Designation Change Form, signed by him or her and a medical provider attesting to the gender that the individual considers himself or herself to be."

The organization that obtained the letter,, said the decision has "huge implications" for society.

"Essentially, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts has decided that for legal purposes of identification, a person's actual sex is meaningless. The gender 'you consider yourself to be' is now officially used. This is madness. But it's now the state policy," the organization said.

"A man using a women's restroom or women's locker room would now show police a legal, official Massachusetts identification that he 'is a woman.' He could get this on the basis of 'the gender he considers himself to be' with the agreement of a 'medical provider,'" the organization said on its website
So, this is stretching things beyond the realm of the practical matter of recipients of gender re-assignment surgery. Bearded male rapists can claim to be women on their drivers licenses.

Ironically, I went to high school with this dizzy liberal, Rachel Kaprelian. She has no business experience, has no skills to bring to the Registry of Motor Vehicles, so she's engaged in the only thing she knows: radical, liberal social engineering.

It is fascinating how government policy is essentially set by memos issued to radical interest groups.

Tried to find an image to go with this, but I'm at a loss.

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