Portland Mayor Bows To LGBTQ With Attack On "Gendered Language"
Science states there are two genders. That's just how life works here on earth despite what the Liberal media may claim. So it's ridiculous that "he" and "she" are being seen as offensive. But an Oregon politician doesn't think so, in fact, he went the extra mile and voluntarily remove "gendered language" from a city charter. Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler did it claiming he wanted the charter to be more inclusive to all of its residents. He is taking his pandering to the next level.
Wheeler tweeted about neutering the charter.
"The language of the documents that guide the City should reflect our community. Today, Council authorized the City Auditor to remove feminine and masculine terms from the City Charter. This important step will help make our documents more inclusive of all gender identities."
"The [city] council voted Thursday to replace ‘his or her,’ ‘he or she,’ ‘himself or herself’ references in the charter with gender-neutral terms. The ordinance also instructs the city auditor to remove the references to “policewomen” and “police matrons.”
But Oregon is known to be over the top when it comes to gender.
"Three years ago, Oregon became the first state in the US to allow residents to mark their gender as "not specified" on applications for driver's licenses, learner's permits and identity cards.
Under the new rule approved by the Oregon Transportation Commission, Oregonians who select the new option will have an X appear instead of M or F on those cards."
I imagine this gets difficult. Do people just refer to each other as fellow human instead of sir or ma'am? Or do they have to pull out an index card with the 27 possible pronouns that are being accepted instead of the offensive "he" and "she?" Everyone is either a "he" or "she" and really this level of pandering to the smallest minority is a slap in the face to the rest of the general public. The mayor here is empowering the LGBTQ's irrational gender identity claims when he should be telling them to go read a biology book.