Unbelievable! What will be next?

Someone please tell me what is a non-binary human being, is it even a human being.  Our once great nations sinks further into decay with each passing day. Is there any hope at all for those of us who really care about the country? Maybe, but it all depends on November. What public restroom will this “non-binary” use? Any thoughts? 

Oregon judge allows person to change gender from female to ‘non-binary’

America.An Oregon judge ruled Friday that a transgender individual can legally change their sex to “non-binary” rather than male or female in what is believed to be an unprecedented ruling.

The Oregonian reported that Multnomah County Circuit Court Judge Amy Holmes Hehn legally changed Jamie Shupe’s, 52, sex from female to non-binary.

The co-executive director for Basic Rights Oregon Nancy Haque said the ruling was a “momentous day for genderqueer Oregonians.”

“It’s really exciting for the courts to actually recognize what we know to be true: gender is a spectrum,” Haque told the paper. “Some people don’t identify as male or female.”

Shupe is an Army veteran who retired in 2000 a sergeant first class. She began transitioning in 2013 while living in Pittsburg and knew that neither the male or female gender label fit.

Shupe chose the name “Jamie” because it was a gender-neutral name and would rather be called “Jamie” rather than a pronoun.

“I was assigned male at birth due to biology,” Shupe said. “I’m stuck with that for life. My gender identity is definitely feminine. My gender identity has never been male, but I feel like I have to own up to my male biology. Being non-binary allows me to do that. I’m a mixture of both. I consider myself as a third sex.”

In April, Shupe and lawyer Lake Perriguey filed a petition to legally change Shupe’s sex to non-binary.

According to the Oregonian, state law allows a court to change a person’s legal sex if a judge decides the person has undergone the surgical or hormonal treatment related to their gender transition.

Though the law doesn’t require a doctor’s note, Shupe brought letters from the Oregon Health & Science University, as well as the Veterans Hospital.

“The sexual reassignment has been completed,” Hehn wrote in the ruling. “No person has shown cause why the requested General Judgment should not be granted.”

Attorneys at the Sylvia River Law Project in New York told The Daily Dot that some cities have IDs that allow residents to decline to declare a gender. However, Haque said more work has to be done.

Basic Rights Oregon is working with officials across the state to offer people gender designations beyond male or female. Oregon residents still cannot list “non-binary” on a driver’s license or state ID.

“It’s a huge barrier to being able to live your life, to having a driver license, to employment, to having records about your life, transcripts, all of those things,” Haque said. “In all the ways our lives are gendered in ways they frankly don’t have to be, it can be a barrier for people whose identities aren’t easily put in a box.”

However, Shupe said her win felt “liberating.”

“I’m not under pressure anymore to conform to either thing,” Shupe said.

3 thoughts on “Unbelievable! What will be next?”

  1. You know, I am weary of all these recent “human being” problems. It’s all rather disgusting. When I was in high school (1963), there was nothing even remotely like LGBT shi’ite. Everyone knew WHO they were and WHAT they where. Those who didn’t were “gently” persuaded to move elsewhere. This crap was unheard of in the Marines. If someone showed any “symptoms” of being “gender challenged” in Vietnam, they generally are still there, adding to the rice paddy environment. At 72 years old, I’m starting to wish the Viet Cong had been successful. Semper Fi.

  2. Jim, this means we can go into the girls’s locker room anytime. And, if we were a tad younger, we could score a scholarship by competing in girls’ sporting events!!!!

    What more could we want?!

    1. You are correct my friend. I can’t wait for this coming NFL season. I want to see some female wide receivers, maybe even a QB, ya think? Heck, let’s do it up right.

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