This is How Obama Quietly Pushed Radical Transgender Agenda Through Back Door
The Left Wing Washington Post is reporting:
Years before the White House was lit in rainbow colors celebrating the Supreme Court's decision legalizing same-sex marriage, President Obama used a routine bureaucratic tool that ended up significantly changing the government's understanding of gender and how it can be changed.
The process began during Obama's first year in office when he issued a memo in June 2009 instructing agencies to extend to same-sex couples some benefits that the spouses of federal employees receive. Over time, that directive led to a decision by the Social Security Administration to greatly lower the threshold requirements for changing one's sex on official government documents, a change that would determine how a person's gender is recorded on passports, tax returns, marriage licenses and other documents.
Since June 2013, someone wishing to change their sex classification on their Social Security card has needed to provide only a doctor's note guaranteeing that "appropriate clinical treatment" is underway.