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Jamie Shupe, Oregon resident who identifies as neither male NOR female, becomes third gender and first legally NON-BINARY PERSON in the US!
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 61769800:MV8zMjA5NTQ1XzU3MzM2NjA4XzExOUU2RjA5] I think it's great that in America freaks and dip shits can proclaim their freakishness and dip shittyness for all the world to see. Now the entire world will know what a dip shit that thing is. Well done. [/quote]
A circuit court judge has ruled an Oregon man can legally identify as "gender binary."
Following a decision passed down by the Multnomah County judge, 52-year-old Jamie Shupe has become the first individual in the country to attain the legal classification of being neither male nor female. "I have my life back," Shupe stated after the court ruling last week. "I'm not a male. I'm not a female."
The decision is being lauded by gay activist organizations, who argue "classic gender markers don't fit everybody," and the court decision will serve to help people "exist without labels that don't accurately describe them."
Shupe, who refers to himself by the pronoun "they," called the ruling the "greatest victory of [his] life."
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Wasn't able to post the other link to the Guardian newspaper, but this contains the meat of the article. I don't even know what to say.
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