Gender Regret | Earthquake In Puerto Rico | IRS Filing
Sean Vaughn January 8, 2020
One of the heroes in the LGBT community, “Jamie” who also won a 2016 court case in becoming the first person to change his gender to “non-binary”, has come forward and said its all been a mistake, and a regret. Jamie has gone back on his commitment to the LGBT community and changed his “non-binary” gender back to male and he personal says he suffers from a mental illness and was a casualty of a system that rubber stamps individuals with gender dysphoria. He continued to say, “my case is still being used in non-binary gender lawsuits. I want people to know that I don’t agree with that anymore. My hope is by making my story public, I can help reverse what I helped unleash.”
In the wake of the 6.4 magnitude earthquake that struck Puerto Rico early yesterday, one person has been confirmed dead and there is a island wide power outage. A reported 51 aftershocks have also occurred, and they will be monitoring for more for the next few weeks. Puerto Rico has declared a state of emergency.
This years Tax filing system will begin January 27th. The IRS also encourages people to file electronically for a faster filling and doing direct deposit for faster returns.