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California Governor Jerry Brown signs landmark legislation that recognizes three genders

California legally recognizes “Non-Binary” as a third gender.

Now that the liberal left has successfully managed to create a clear separation between the words “gender” and “sex”, so as to allow people to choose between 50 some odd genders within the confines of two biological sexes, California has now codified the multiple gender reality in America.

California Governor Jerry Brown signed a landmark legislation this weekend, known as the Gender Recognition Act, which officially recognizes a non-binary gender option on California state-issued IDs, driver’s licenses, and birth certificates.

California residents may choose male, female, or non-binary on official state documents.

No sworn statement from a physician, approving the gender transition, for the legal document to reflect a different gender.

The National Center for Transgender Equality defines non-binary as an individual who does not identify with the category of “man” or “woman,” or “male” or “female.” The non-binary category may include transgender people, but not all non-binary people are necessarily transgender.

Other countries already accept or have begun motions to include a third gender, including Australia, Canada, Germany, India, New Zealand, Pakistan, Thailand and the United Kingdom.

Via Esquire

Senate Bill 179 will make it an easier process for individuals who want to change their gender on legal documents. The law states that a person would no longer require a sworn statement from a physician, approving the gender transition, for the legal document to reflect a different gender, the Los Angeles Times reports. It will also create a new process for people under the age of 18 to apply for a gender change on their birth certificates. The law is set to go into effect in 2019.

“With the passage of [Senate Bill 179] California continues its fight for a more inclusive society, even as some in Washington continue to try to take away rights from LGBT people,” Sen. Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco), who co-authored the bill with Sen. Toni G. Atkins (D-San Diego), said in a statement. “With Gov. Brown’s signature on this bill, transgender and non-binary people will now be able to identify themselves as they are, not as who society tells them they should be.”

Scott Wiener took to twitter to celebrate the landmark biological discovery…

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