Who knew you can change your GENDER on a Texas Driver’s License!

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LOGIC MINUTE
by Lynn Woolley

If you move, Texas requires you to apply for an address change on your driver’s license. Same thing if you change your name. But what if you change your sex?

It turns out that the State is accommodating to transgenders, too. On the Department of Public safety website, it says:

“To change address, name or gender on a driver’s license or ID card, individuals must apply for a replacement…”

This is amazing.

The Texas DPS web page explains how to change your address, name, or gender.

The Texas DPS web page explains how to change your address, name, or gender.

The State of Texas is now recognizing sex changes by way of gender-rigging a diver’s license. Who knew the State was so in touch with its inner Bruce Jenner! As we’ve told you here, there is no such thing as transgenderism. Your sex is determined by your chromosomes, and doctors can’t nip and tuck them. I can see how the state might want a current picture to reflect a “new look,” but this gender change policy is just a little too PC!

What’s a driver’s license for?

So far I can see, it is for two things:

• To show that a person has passed required skill and vision tests to be able to drive.
• To provide a legal ID.

DL’s bring in money for the State – but that’s beside the point. Assuming the gender-bender who wants to change his/her sex on a DL has passed the requisite tests and is licensed, we can move on to the ID portion.

Bruce Jenner, who now wears girly makeup and frilly things like panties, doesn’t exactly look like his old manly self. So for ID purposes, he needs a new photo on his DL to show what he looks like now. But if he doesn’t change his photo, an officer can still run the license number and see who he is.

Bruce jenner (Photo: AllieIsWired.com)

Bruce jenner (Photo: AllieIsWired.com)

Remember, name changes are allowed. Some actors and singers legally change their birth names to their stage names. And there are still a few women who take their husband’s last name when they marry. So if Adam wants to be a madam, he can change his name (legally) to Eve. Fine. Put the new name on the DL. But he’s STILL a man.

Is political correctness at work here?

You betcha! The State of Texas is showing how progressive and open-minded it is by
Providing a way to officially change gender on a DL. This is a result of the current gat-totalitarian assault on the rest of society.

Chaz Bono - the gentlemen is a lady (Photo:RollingOut.com)

Chaz Bono – the gentlemen is a lady (Photo:RollingOut.com)

How does one go about getting this change made?

We wondered. So we called the DPS. We mentioned that we saw the page, and we wanted to know how to go about changing gender on a DL. Do we just check a box and pay the fee? Nope. Even PC government is not that simple.

Renee Richards a.k.a. Richard Raskind was actually a man playing on the women's tennis circuit (Photo: Transacity,org)

Renee Richards a.k.a. Richard Raskind was actually a man playing on the women’s tennis circuit (Photo: Transacity,org)

Actually, you have to find a quack doctor and have him/her provide some sort of certification that said gender-bender is bending gender or has bended gender. We say “quack” because any doctor that would certify such a change as fact is a nutcase.

So what would the correct term be?

Probably “cross dresser” would be more adequate since chromosomes decide gender. If a woman gets a buzz cut and scrubs her face of makeup and wears men’s clothing, she is still a female even if she doesn’t look like it. When a guy does the opposite he is a guy in a dress. No exceptions. Science made the rule — not me.

It’s disappointing that State of Texas doesn’t go by facts instead by political correctness. The State, obviously, has evolved. At WBDaily, we’d like to know exactly who made this decision – and whether the Legislature had anything to say about it. Or was it the Kinks?

I thought the song “Lola” was a hoot when it came out. Who knew it would come true—even in Texas.

lynn@BeLogical.com

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