Mexico: Supreme Court Decides Age is a Social Construct, Lets People Legally Change It

Remember when it made sense when they told you that it was just two consenting adults ramming their penises into each other’s anuses in the privacy of their own bedrooms so it was none of your business?

Because I don’t remember that making sense.

I was very young at the time, but I had this device called a Slip ‘n Slide.

And I pondered it.

Life Site News:

Mexico’s Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation (SCJN) has affirmed that a “fundamental right to personal identity” includes the right to change one’s date of birth on government documents, vindicating conservative claims about the “slippery slope” of transgender ideology.

The ruling, issued December 3 and brought to light this week by Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) International attorney Tomas Henriquez, concerns the proper interpretation of Section III of Article 1193 of the Family Code of the State of Sinaloa and whether it allows for birth dates to be changed on birth certificates prior to their registration.

The Court ruled that, under the Mexican Constitution’s recognition of individuals’ “right to identity,” a birth certificate should reflect how someone has “constantly identified himself in his private and public acts,” as identity is comprised of more than just “biological truth.” Therefore, the law at issue must be interpreted “in a broad and non-exhaustive sense” to allow for changing birth dates, as long as such changes are not undertaken “to create, modify or extinguish rights or obligations to the detriment of third parties.”

Henriquez suggested that the development was an inevitable byproduct of indulging the notion that gender identity is “fluid,” and that individuals’ confusion about what they are should trump their objective biological sex:

The outcome also marks a change in how seriously such “age identity” claims are taken. In 2018, a Dutch court rejected a bid by life coach and “political provocateur” Emile Ratelband, who was 69 years old at the time, to change his date of birth to make himself twenty years younger on paper.

This may seem harmless.

The age of consent in Mexico is 12, so that’s not the goal here. At least not in Mexico.

But it is just a further degrading of the notion of reality itself.

These people are literally telling you that physical reality does not exist, and they are going to take any opportunity they can to pump that narrative. “The orbit of the earth is relative and open to personal interpretation” is at least on par with “there is no right answer to a math problem, it’s just whatever black kids write down.”