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A decision by Oregon's Transportation Commission makes it the first state to allow residents to identify as "non-binary" — a third gender option beyond male or female. The Two-Way The change follows a ruling last year by an Oregon judge that allowed an Army veteran to legally identify as non-binary — neither male nor female. In considering the new rule for state IDs, the DMV listened to and read comments from people for and against the change. She said that when people's appearance doesn't appear to match gender markers on ID cards, they "endure insults and psychological trauma that could largely be averted if they had an option to use a gender marker oregon allows residents to choose non-binary gender on does not contradict who they are. But Shupe felt neither male nor fully female.

The Two-Way The change follows a ruling last year by an Oregon judge that allowed oregon allows residents to choose non-binary gender on Army veteran to legally identify as non-binary — neither male nor female. But the California Family Council opposes the bill, arguing that "government documents need to reflect biological facts for identification," the AP reported. They told us of their struggles so we would understand the need. Earlier this year, the Canadian province of Ontario implemented the option of an X gender on licenses. Accessibility links Skip to main content Keyboard shortcuts for audio player.

The change follows a ruling last year by an Oregon judge that allowed Jamie Shupe, an Oregon allows residents to choose non-binary gender on veteran, to legally identify as non-binary. She said that when people's appearance doesn't appear to match gender markers on ID cards, they "endure insults and psychological trauma that could largely be averted if they had an option to use a gender marker that does not contradict who they are. Law Neither Male Nor Female: They told us of their struggles so we would understand the need.

But the California Family Council opposes the bill, arguing that "government documents need to reflect biological facts for identification," the AP reported. The Two-Way The change follows a ruling last year by an Oregon judge that allowed an Army veteran to legally identify as non-binary — neither male nor female. Several countries already recognize a third gender. Facebook Twitter Flipboard Oregon allows residents to choose non-binary gender on. They told us of their struggles so we would understand the need.

Law Neither Male Nor Female: But the California Family Council opposes the bill, arguing that "government documents need to reflect biological facts for identification," the AP reported. They told us of their struggles so we would understand the need. Several countries already recognize a third gender. Now, an Oregon judge has allowed Shupe to identify as non-binary, believed to be a first in the United States.

The Two-Way The change follows a ruling last year by an Oregon judge that allowed an Army veteran to legally identify as non-binary — neither male nor female. The decision was believed to be the first of its kind in the United States. It's something we should do because it's the right thing to do. But the California Family Council opposes the bill, arguing oregon allows residents to choose non-binary gender on "government documents need to reflect biological facts for identification," the AP reported. They told us of their struggles so we would understand the need.

But the California Family Council opposes the bill, arguing that "government documents need to reflect biological facts for identification," the AP reported. Facebook Twitter Flipboard Email. June 16,

In considering the new rule for state IDs, the DMV listened to and read comments from people for and against the change. Only 12 opposed the change, the Oregonian reported. A decision by Oregon's Transportation Commission makes it the first state to allow residents to identify as "non-binary" — a third gender option beyond male or female.

Gibbons, who identifies as non-binary, plans to apply for a new Oregon identity card from the DMV. Earlier this year, the Canadian province of Ontario implemented the option of an X gender on licenses. They told us of their struggles so we would understand the need.

June 16, Oregon became the first state to allow residents to mark their gender as "not specified" on applications for driver's licenses. But Shupe felt neither male nor fully female.