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BREAKING: The First ‘Non-Male, Non-Female’ Birth Certificate In US History Was Just Issued

Do you agree with this decision from liberal New York?

In a historic decision, a native of New York City has been given “her” life wish. The person’s name is Sara Kelly Keenan. She is 55-years-old and is now listed as the “first.”

Sara was born with male genes, female genitalia, and mixed reproductive organs. She has always wanted to be categorized as intersex, and today she got what she wanted.

Her Facebook post reads:

“I’ve never been more proud to be a native of the greatest city on Earth….. The City…… New York City. Sing it Liza!!”

She went on to share a Youtube video of Liza Minneli singing the famous song, New York.

Sara feels that this is a groundbreaking victory for people like her.

“Not all intersex people will choose to identify legally as intersex,” Keenan, who uses female pronouns, said to NBC Out. “And not all parents will choose to have their intersex child identified as intersex on birth documents. But for those who do, the option must exist.”

There is a larger movement underway, a movement that seeks to establish more legal gender option for non-binary and intersex people. Sara had changed her gender from “female” to “non-binary” in California before receiving her official birth certificate.

How do you feel about this first-of-its-kind event. Obviously, Sara was born with a mixed-gender body. It is true that people like her deserve respect and compassion.

On the other hand, the LGBT agenda tends to be over-the-top and obnoxious. Will this be the start of something fair and humane, as many would argue, or is it just opening Pandora’s box for perverts and deviants, as others would say?

Now that New York has officially issued this birth certificate, more are certain to follow.

Time will tell the long-term effects.



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