November 21, 2007, - 3:24 pm

He/She/It/Illegal: San Fran’s New Gender-less ID Cards

By Debbie Schlussel
Well, if you’re Jamie Lee Curtis, you won’t have any problems filling out an application for San Francisco’s new ID card, starting next year.
That’s because transgender activists complained that a city-issued ID (the kind usually obtained by illegal aliens when they can’t get driver’s licenses) would cause them problems if they had to spend time legally changing a name and “gender designation”. This way, they won’t be outed as a former man or woman.
And, FYI, they also did this to help illegal aliens. Open closet, open borders. Ah, now I get it:

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Supervisor Tom Ammiano, who introduced the measure, says illegal immigrants will benefit most. They will be able to open bank accounts and use the card for city services such as checking out library books.

No kidding.
And if police or Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) authorities seek an illegal alien named Chris or Pat or some other gender-ambiguous name, this new genderless card will help the illegal alien elude them even more. They won’t know if they seek a he or a she . . . or an it. This is San Francisco, after all.

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2 Responses

My daughter insists that Jamie Lee Curtis is a hermaphrodite. Is this really true? And that her husband, Christopher Guest, is gay. Someone please verify.

lexi on November 21, 2007 at 5:04 pm

Bot really new. Back around 1984, I renewed my license in Massachusetts. The form was pre-filled with height, weight, hair color, eye color – but neither box for gender was X`d. The DMV probably thought that was easier to change than hair color…

John Anderson on November 22, 2007 at 4:19 am

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