Nonetheless, it’s about to get even more complicated if The Trans Doe Task Force has its way. The far-left organization wants people to stop misgendering skeletons, reports The Federalist.
The group has begun exploring “ways in which current standards in forensic human identification do a disservice to people who do not clearly fit the gender binary.”
Their mission statement offers clues for properly identifying non-binary skeletons: “We propose a gender-expansive approach to human identification by combing missing and unidentified databases looking for contextual clues such as decedents wearing clothing culturally coded to a gender other than their assigned sex,” it reads.
So, the only way to properly determine a gender’s skeleton is to learn more about the person’s life, habits, and preferred lifestyle. Until this is done, official records cannot be completed to properly begin an investigation or document the history of a discovery.
Emma Palladino, a Canadian Master’s Degree candidate, tweeted this “warning” to transgender and nonbinary friends: “You might know the argument that the archaeologists who find your bones one day will assign you the same gender as you had at birth, so regardless of whether you transition, you can’t escape your assigned sex.”
The TDTF wants to “explore ways in which current standards in forensic human identification do a disservice to people who do not clearly fit the gender binary.”
“We maintain our own database of missing and unidentified people who we have determined may be Transgender or gender-variant, as most current database systems do not permit comparison of missing to unidentified across different binary sex categories,” they wrote.
The group’s mission as America experiences a sharp increase in gender dysphoria. Even the New York Times has admitted that it’s “bewildering.”