A second reason is the state government has tightened the security to obtain a license, he says, and now Hoosiers must now bring “all sorts” of identification to prove their identity.
“But now people can claim that their gender is something they make up,” he adds. “So it seems like a step backward."
Yet the move was predictably applauded by groups such as the ACLU, which told The Indiana Star that non-binary people can now “affirm who they are," which according to multiple sources can be literally anything they dream up.
HRC, the powerful homosexual-lobbying group, defines non-binary as "being both a man and a woman, somewhere in between, or as falling completely outside these categories."
Many non-binary people identify as transgender --- but not all do, the supposed definition also stated.
The same Star news story quoted three groups applauding the “surprise” decision but didn’t include any criticism of the decision.
Indiana is now the sixth state to offer another gender option on drivers licenses and or I.D. cards.
"It makes you wonder what's next," Clark observes.
The conservative activist suggests that Hoosiers who oppose the “X” allowance should contact the governor’s office to complain, since the change was made by an executive agency.
“A person can dress up or live the lifestyle they want to,” he tells OneNewsNow, “but they need to declare on their driver's license for the sake of police officers and other people what their gender truly is."
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