NYC: 31 Genders (and No Brains)

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New York City’s “Human Rights Commission”–hint: if your city, state, or county has any kind of “human rights commission,” your city, state, or county is over-budgeted–now has a list of 31 different “genders” that the poor sods doing business in the city had better “acknowledge,” or else ( ).

Hey, they’ve got categories that you never heard of, whose meaning you’d never be able to figure out. They’ve even got “agender,” defined as “someone without any gender.”

What are these wackos even talking about?

Anyhow, you can now get in big trouble for failing to “acknowledge” some chowderhead’s made-up stupid “gender” that you couldn’t define if your life depended on it.

That’s what happens when Democrats run things.

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10 responses to “NYC: 31 Genders (and No Brains)

  • Ina

    Not looking to what there is. As far as I know there are only 2. Male and female.

  • Linda Sorci

    Deuteronomy 32:5 They have corrupted themselves, their spot is not the spot of his children: they are a perverse and crooked generation.

    Our hope and our consolation is in Him. Come, Lord Jesus!

  • UnKnowable

    What strikes me about this is just how deeply this cuts into the very structure of civilization. God created us male and female and that statement, as written in Genesis, used to seem redundant: I don’t see it as redundant anymore.

    Once gender becomes a nebulous concept culture loses one of its anchors. There are people out there with very real gender-identity issues and I don’t seek to persecute them. However, that doesn’t mean that I am willing to voluntarily participate in their issues. I will, and do, treat such persons with respect, but I’m still who I am and I’m not about to abandon, or even reduce, my gender identity for the sake of someone else’s self indentity.

  • Erlene

    Hmmm, I wonder how many transgenders it takes to change a light bulb.
    I am so glad I’m old. I couldn’t take much more of this nut house.

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