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  • How transgender and nonbinary Californians could benefit from IDs with their gender identity

    Jo Michael of Equality California, who identifies as transgender and nonbinary, said identification that reflects their gender identity will allow transgender people to more fully participate in society.

Jo Michael of Equality California, who identifies as transgender and nonbinary, said identification that reflects their gender identity will allow transgender people to more fully participate in society. Alexei Koseff The Sacramento Bee
Jo Michael of Equality California, who identifies as transgender and nonbinary, said identification that reflects their gender identity will allow transgender people to more fully participate in society. Alexei Koseff The Sacramento Bee

California legally recognizes third gender option

October 16, 2017 02:45 AM