57%
Yes
43%
No
52%
Yes
35%
No
5%
Yes, and the government should do more to protect minorities from discrimination
6%
No, there are only two genders which are genetically not psychologically determined
1%
No, and repeal anti-discrimination laws for private companies
1%
No, we should address gender identity as a mental health issue and provide funds for more research and care

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 @8MN8DQ9 from Louisiana answered…4yrs4Y

I feel we should not add it to the law, but still help anyone with gender identity so that they are comfortable.

 @8NCRRZL from Nebraska answered…4yrs4Y

Yes and no. While switching genders is perfectly fine and possible (especially with today's technology), creating/making up new genders is somewhat absurd.

 @4X879L5from Florida answered…4yrs4Y

 @4Q7XPWFfrom California answered…4yrs4Y

yes, and the government should do more to protect minorities from discrimination. saying that someone's gender identity or sexuality is against your religious beliefs is ridiculous. It does not force you to be aother gender who love your own sex. people are just homophobic and do not want people to be who they want to be.

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