San Francisco Claims There Are 97 Genders

A drag transgender community member dances during the annual 'Yo Marcho Trans' protest where Transgender females and males protest for the right to live, equalities and to stop crimes against the community in Bogota, Colombia on July 16, 2021. (Photo by: Chepa Beltran/Long Visual Press/Universal Images Group via Getty Images)

At a glance

  • San Francisco’s transgender community will receive taxpayer money from the city’s newest guaranteed income program, Mayor London Breed (D) announced Wednesday.
  • The Guaranteed Income for Trans People program (GIFT) uses taxpayer dollars to provide low-income transgender San Franciscans a $1,200 monthly stipend for up to 18 months.
  • Those applying for the program can choose from 97 different genders and 18 preferred pronouns on the application paperwork.

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