REPORT: De Blasio touts new “gender X” proposal in NYC

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A New York City proposal would allow people born there the option to choose a third gender on their city birth certificates.

Democratic Mayor Bill de Blasio and City Council Speaker Corey Johnson said the new category of “X” would be available under the new plan for those who don’t identify as either male or female.

The article goes on to state the following:

The proposal is expected to be heard on June 5 at a meeting of the Board of Health. Another hearing will be held in July and then a vote in September, if approved by the board.

Current laws allow parents, who don’t wish to identify the gender of a newborn, to designate their child’s sex as undermined or unknown. The new “X” category would be something adults could choose for their own birth certificate.

De Blasio and Johnson said the new proposal is in the spirit of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Pride Month that spans throughout June.

“Pride Month is a time to celebrate how far we’ve come in the fight for equality, and re-affirm our commitment to protecting all New Yorkers from discrimination,” the New York mayor said. “This proposal will allow transgender and gender non-conforming New Yorkers to live with the dignity and respect they deserve, and make our City fairer.”

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