Hawaii Now Has ‘X’ Option on Driver’s License

On Wednesday Hawaii’s Gov. David Ige signed into law House Bill 1165, the so-called “No License to Discriminate” bill. Hawaii becomes the ninth state in the nation to allow drivers the option of selecting a non-binary “X” designation instead of “male” or “female” on their driver’s license.

Naturally, the homosexual and trans community is happy with the change. Said Khara Jabola-Carolus, executive director of the Hawaii State Commission on the Status of Women, “This measure returns us closer to the inclusive society of Native Hawaiians, which celebrated expressions of gender beyond masculinity and femininity.”

But conservatives know that this change is troubling for several reasons: First, it suggests God made a mistake in making us male or female as He said in Genesis 1:27. Second, the change could cause issues with law enforcement when trying to identify a criminal in a lineup. How do you recognize a person only known as an “X”? The law takes effect on July 1, 2020.

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