Nevada has become the 10th state to permit gender-neutral IDs for transgender, nonbinary and intersex residents.
Starting Monday, residents of the Silver State can obtain “X” gender markers on driver’s licenses and state ID cards, in addition to the traditional “M” and “F” markers for male and female.
According to Alexandra Walden, public information officer at the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles, the efforts have been years in the making.
“The Nevada DMV staff have been working diligently for quite some time in order to offer the nonbinary or ‘gender X’ option to Nevadans,” Walden told NBC News in a statement.
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