Gender Police: Colorado’s New ID Policy Will Leave You Seeing RED [Video]


In science, there are two genders that procreate and further their species. It used to be a well-known fact that all of humanity accepted. Now we have people that are confused and feel that male and female is not enough. They have created 27 different genders identities that they feel better suit them. But this is not a majority of Americans that feel this way. This is a small minority that is trying to force the population to accept their new identities. Colorado has given in to activist’s demands. They will be allowing the gender confused to identify themselves as “X” on their driver’s licenses.

The Colorado Department of Revenue, which oversees the Division of Motor Vehicles, decided to make the change, effective Nov. 30, after two court cases in which judges found in favor of Colorado people attempting to change their sex on government identification.

The department needed to adopt a policy in line with those decisions to avoid the possibility of being sued, the department’s executive director, Michael Hartman, said in an exclusive interview with The Denver Post.

“This is an important step for the state of Colorado that the state documents reflect our values,” Hartman said. “People are people no matter their sex identification.”

Watch The Clip Below.

Applicants who want to use the X on their driver’s licenses will have to complete a form and get a signature from a medical provider or mental health counselor, but are not required to be undergoing any hormonal treatment or surgeries. The new licenses would be fully compliant with the federal REAL ID Act that sets standards for government-issued identifications and would be valid in other states and in airports, Hartman said,” according to the Denver Post.

California, Maine, Minnesota, Oregon, and the District of Columbia have already adopted a third sex option for driver’s licenses.”

Colorado is also looking to allow the change on birth certificates as well. They will be voting on it this December.

I’d hate to be a cop in one of these states. How would you identify a suspect? Did the X look like a male or female?

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