Jesus Francisco Javier Partida My pieces? I have no clue what you’re talking about. As a reporter, I always deferred to official sources, so of course, I mentioned gender. But for the 21st time, it is less accurate as a way to identify someone as physical characteristics like height and weight. Jesus Francisco Javier Partida Again, I don’t know what your point is. I don’t get to independently guess the Hard rock cafe Hogwarts shirt or description of subjects in the news. I will repeat whatever law enforcement it tells me. What does this have to do with our current discussion, which is that having gender on a driver’s license may not be necessary anymore? Identifying someone by what you *think* their sex is is merely a summarization of your own prejudices as to what someone of that sex usually looks like to you. What do you picture when I write “female”? What do you picture when I write “male”? It’s nearly meaningless because it’s so arbitrary and contextual. As someone who lives in a part of the world that has very cold winters, I can tell you 1/3 of the year everyone is practically anonymous undercoats, scarves, hats, and gloves. You *might* be able to take a wild guess based on the styling of some of the gear. I’m not insisting on any policy regarding this nor do I care to. You deserve the respect from me to be addressed and respected As you wish when, in regards to transgenderism, you’re not bothering me by being you. Regarding identification, though, as it is used for identification by others, does it not make more sense that this is within the parameters of physiology? I can offer to anyone who I wish to, or explain to who finds it relevant and asks, how I identify myself according to how I feel about myself. How I mentally and emotionally define myself. But my name, address, height, weight, biological sex, and other relevant information has been traditionally related according to physical (biological in regards to this topic) reality. A lot of comparisons are made relating this too, naming one, saying you’re of a different race/ethnicity. Many find that offensive and I’m not suggesting it as a joke. But why not that if you wish to identify as other than your biological makeup, but identifying differently than your biological sex must be protected to this extent?