This year a law goes in effect in California that will require Coroners and Medical Examiners to record the gender the deceased ‘wants to be’ rather than what the actual physiologic gender is. Many other states will likely follow. This means the deceased can have an intact penis proudly displayed under his skirt and still have a death certificate list the person as female.
This issue is not a human rights issue, it’s not a Gay or Trans rights issue. It’s an issue of proper medical determination and common sense. I’m not attempting to dictate how someone wants to live their life, how they dress, or what sexual relations they wish to participate in. My medical and investigative point is – people are born male or female and their opinion cannot change that. Okay, I know a very small percentage of the population are born as hermaphrodites, I’m not talking about that. This is an actual medical condition.
I can start telling people I’m a pony but I’m not a pony regardless of how I dress or how often I say it. If I get hurt would you call a Veterinarian or a Medical Doctor
I explore these issue in detail in the audio podcast.
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