What does Xenogender and Gender Outlaw mean? SF trolled for trans benefits form with 100 gender options

The application has a total of 97 genders, 18 pronouns and 19 sexual orientations

What does Xenogender and Gender Outlaw mean? SF trolled for trans benefits form with 100 gender options
The Trans benefit application form had multiple options of gender to choose (Dane Garcia/ Twitter)
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SAN FRANSISCO, CALIFORNIA: The applicants for San Francisco's new transgender low-income scheme can now choose between 134 genders, pronouns, and sexualities. The application contains 97 genders, 18 pronouns, and 19 sexual orientations.

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According to Daily Mail, in the new scheme, the trans residents of San Fransisco offer targeted benefits to those making less than $600 monthly. The application form for this scheme has a lot of gender options to choose from, including 'xenogender' – a gender 'beyond human understanding' – and 'genderf*** — someone who purposefully sends mixed messages about their sex. However social media is trolling this movement by the authorities. 

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The application also consists of numerous pronouns including  'zie', 'zim' and 'xe' or 'xyrs'. It also had other terms including 'Novigender', which means someone who believes their gender identity is so complex it cannot be described using existing categories and 'FTX', which stands for 'female-to-eXpansive,' a person assigned female at birth who identifies as non-binary. Gender outlaw, on the other hand, describes an individual who does not want to conform to society's expectations for their biological sex, according to Sagepub.com

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Jay Richards, from the right-wing Heritage Foundation, said, "Gender ideology is overrunning our culture, and vastly amplifying the number of minors and adults who suffer from gender dysphoria and gender confusion. Expect a growing population of needy, indigent people in San Francisco presenting as transgender." Meanwhile, the program was designed as a collaboration between the mayor's office, and the Transgender District and Lyon-Martin Community Health Services. The program is allocated $2 million over two years for the program. 

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"By giving low-income trans people the resources to cover the expenses they deem most immediate and important given each person’s unique situation, we are implementing a truly community-centered intervention to combat poverty," said Transgender District President Aria Sa'id. "Our Guaranteed Income Programs allow us to help our residents when they need it most as part of our city’s economic recovery and our commitment to creating a more just city for all. We know that our trans communities experience much higher rates of poverty and discrimination, so this program will target support to lift individuals in this community up," said Democrat Mayor London Breed. 

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'This is even more stressful than the menu at Cheesecake Factory'

The Internet quickly reacted to the number of genders in the application form. A user wrote, "I. DIED. When I saw, "Unlisted" How could there possibly be anything else left to list?." "I identify as a panic button, so there's that," claimed another. Another user tweeted, "Wait a minute. I see Tomboy on that list. That was definitely me when I was young. Does it mean the same thing? Now I’m confused." Another claimed, "This is even more stressful than the menu at Cheesecake Factory." "I identify as “aggressive” …one of the more interesting choices.," added another. "So instead of helping the homeless and drug areas, they chose to do this?," asked another. "When did they start paying people to be gay?," questioned a user. Another claimed, "For $1200 a month I'm willing to admit I'm two spirit." A user wrote, "I think every1 in SF should sign up for this." Rapid Response Director of Ron De Santis, Christina Pushaw opined, "Woah...I just noticed that "FTX" is one of the genders on this list?!?!??!."

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