I recently read this story about a baby born in Canada that wasn't designated a sex. Its birth certificate simply lists "U" under the sex category. The Gender-Free ID Coalition believes that this stands for "unspecified or unknown."
But it's impossible to know for sure. You see, this has never happened before. It's a "world first," according to CNN.
You see, the baby was born "outside the medical system" to a nonbinary, transgender parent…and did not undergo the traditional genital inspection after birth. Here's why the child's parent wanted it this way:
It is up to Searyl [the child] to decide how they identify, when they are old enough to develop their own gender identity…I am not going to foreclose their choices based on an arbitrary assignment of gender at birth based on an inspection of their genitals.
It's a bizarre situation, to say the least. So I called up Doug Casey to try to make sense of it…
Justin: What do you make of this, Doug?
Doug: The parent in question is obviously very confused. Perhaps they've just been brainwashed by the wave of political correctness that's washed over the world like a tsunami of raw sewage; if so, it's possible they can recover. Perhaps they have the neurological wiring of one sex but the body of the other; I imagine that's quite possible, and is nobody's "fault." Maybe they experienced some childhood trauma that made them hate their own sex, or gender, or whatever. Maybe any of a number of other things.