Montana Blocks The Gender Confused From Changing Their Birth Certificates

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Montana adopts permanent block on birth certificate changes

Montana health officials on Friday made permanent a rule that blocks transgender people from changing their birth certificates even if they undergo gender-confirmation surgery.

The move by Republican Gov. Greg Gianforte’s administration comes just days before a court will hear arguments over the legality of a similar rule that’s been in effect on an emergency basis since May. The ACLU of Montana has asked state Judge Michael Moses to strike down the emergency rule.

Moses in April had temporarily blocked a 2021 Montana law that made it difficult for transgender people to change their birth certificate.

The law said people had to have a “surgical procedure” before they could change the sex listed on their birth certificate. Gianforte’s administration then went further and blocked changes to birth certificates even after surgery.

Over the last several years, conservative legislators in numerous states have sought to limit the rights of transgender people.

What rights are they blocking? Is there an actual right to having your birth certificate lie? Lop off your breasts or tallywacker and your are still biologically a female or male. How often is a birth certificate needed that this makes a difference? Is there a right to knock a biological female out of contention in a sport or for a job or for a college position? Here’s the cool thing: if you don’t like it move to another state. That’s the system. If you do not like California’s EV rule move to another state (unless you voted for this Leftist stuff, then stay there). It’s why most stuff is meant to be decided by the states, not the federal government.

It shouldn’t be too hard to move, as there are only around 2,700 gender confused people in Montana, most of whom are doing this because they are confused, and, possibly because it was fashionable to proclaim themselves as transgender. A birth certificate represents the condition at birth.

Michigan voters to decide abortion policy this fall after state Supreme Court ruling

The Michigan Supreme Court ruled Thursday that an initiative potentially enshrining abortion protections in the state constitution will appear on the ballot this fall, overcoming opposition from Republican election officials.

The Reproductive Freedom for All initiative, which is being pushed by an alliance of groups that includes the ACLU and Planned Parenthood, would make abortion a constitutional right in Michigan if it’s approved by voters. Abortion law in the state has caused confusion since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June, as a 1931 law banning abortion would have gone into effect but was deemed unconstitutional by a state court.

This is also the way it’s done: at the state level, not the federal level. That’s what the Dobbs decision is about. Unfortunately, it will probably pass, as polling has a lot more support than against. Also, sadly, it seems to support abortion right up to birth, though, it also seemingly allows the general assembly to put in restrictions on late term abortion. It’s somewhat vague.

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3 Responses to “Montana Blocks The Gender Confused From Changing Their Birth Certificates”

  1. drowningpuppies says:

    Now you did it.
    Pretty soon the KiddieZ will come along and write all about Alex, the pregnant boy.
    Wait for it.

  2. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    Teach: Unfortunately, it will probably pass, as polling has a lot more support than against.

    Damn Democracy!! The battle cry of the nuCons.

    • James Lewis says:

      Dearest Elwood:

      It is with with unrestrained joy that I see that you have embraced the concept, as defined in the 10th Amendment, of states rights.

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