PROGRESS: Oregon Man First Person to Become Legally 'Agender'
In case you haven't noticed, there's been tons of "progress" going on lately (SLOPE SLIPPED: Man Turns Himself Into a Genderless Extraterrestrial). Speaking of which, an entitled LGBTer has taken his whinage to court to demand the judge make his wildest dreams come true. So, regular Monday. His demands consist of legal affirmation of his/their/zer genderlessness. Hold your laughter, bigot. Apparently the judge caved, thus granting him the title of first legally genderless human in America... #HistoryMade
Patch, a 27-year-old video game designer, is likely the first legally agender person in the United States.
The Multnomah County Court granted Patch a "General Judgment of Name and Sex Change" [in] March. In the same judgment, Patch was also allowed to change names, becoming mononymous — meaning only having one name instead of a given name and a surname.
"I made these decisions, like all decisions, because they were supported by facts and law, and out of respect for the dignity of the people who came before me," Holmes Hehn said in an email to NBC News.
I added the emphasis there to highlight the funnies. Agenderness supported by facts? Not so much. Throwing out gender on a whim doesn't have much of a scientific basis (see Wrong, TIME Magazine: There Are Only Two Genders...). Alas, "the party of science" has still netted this one as a win because... progress? I know, I know, rather predictable. Such are the ways of the left.
By the way, let's pause for a moment to fully grasp the fact that this guy named himself Patch. No last name. This is the new normal - welcome to 2017.
Apparently U.S. courts have already legalized "genders" besides male and female but Patch is the first known agender to be granted legal identification as such. This is simply the latest trend in judges tossing aside logic in favor of virtue signaling (see Oregon Judge Helps Illegal Criminal Escape ICE Agents. Yes, Really... and Leftist Judge Abuses Power With Statewide Action... to Prevent Climate Change).
Patch explains his agender agenda below...
"Even gender-neutral pronouns don't feel as if they fit me. I feel no identity or closeness with any pronouns I've come across," Patch explained. "What describes me is my name."
"As a kid, probably starting around age 6, gender didn't make sense to me," Patch told NBC News. "I was told 'men were this, women were this.' As a teen I learned about transgender people, and that didn't seem like what I was. And then I learned about genderqueer, and that didn't seem like what I was."
In short? This guy might benefit from therapy.
But rather then suggest individuals seek out the treatment he needs, the court has decided to grace Patch with name change. Thus adding validation to his delusions of non-gender. So tolerant and caring, these leftists...
When can we start changing the age section on our birth certificates? Asking for a friend...