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1. YOU CAN CHANGE YOUR GENDER ON YOUR WASHINGTON STATE ID TO "X" AS OF NOVEMBER 13
2. CHANGING YOUR GENDER ON YOUR STATE ID IS NOW FREE, NO MATTER WHAT YOU'RE CHANGING IT TO
3. YOU DON'T NEED DOCUMENTS FROM YOUR HEALTHCARE PROVIDER ANYMORE EITHER
4. FUUUUUCK YEEEAAAHHH 🎆 🎉 🎊
I was thinking about the word "cavalier" earlier today, and how it's clearly related to French "chevalier" and Spanish "caballero", and those are from "cheval" and "caballo" respectively, but then I got stuck. They're Romance languages, but the Latin for "horse" is "equus", isn't it?
Turns out Latin borrowed "caballus", meaning "draft horse, workhorse" from an unknown language, but it was originally only poetic; it doesn't appear in prose until Vulgar Latin, where it replaced "equus".
will/willa/william // genderfluid // mathematically powerful // any pronouns ok
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