San Francisco’s transgender guaranteed income program application provides over 130 gender, sexuality and pronoun options, and inspiring enrollees to “check all that apply.”
The “Guaranteed Income for Transgender People (G.I.F.T.)” program will provide 55 “economically marginalized transgender people,” who’ve a monthly income of lower than $600 with $1,200 monthly for a year-and-a-half. Although, enrollees could make a maximum of $4,000 a month and still be enrolled in this system, in accordance with this system’s website.
Pronoun options on the applying include “Zie/zim/zis,” “Fae/faer/faers” and “Tey/ter/ters.”
Under the gender identity category, applicants can pick from options like “Aggressive (AG),” which is an “identity label claimed by some African-American and Latin@ masculine of center lesbians,” in accordance with the University of Florida LGBTQ+ Affairs office.
“Genderf—” is an alternative choice within the gender identity category, which is “the concept of twiddling with ‘gender cues’ to purposely confuse stereotypical gender expressions, normally through clothing.” in accordance with the University of Connecticut Rainbow Center. An alternative choice is “Two-spirit,” which is an “identity label used inside many American Indian and Canadian First Nations indigenous groups to explain an person who possesses each ‘masculine’ and ‘feminine’ spirits.” in accordance with the University of Florida.
Other gender identity options included “Feminine-of-center,” “Demigirl,” “Boi,” “Tomboy,” “Khanith/Xanith” and “Ninauposkitzipxpe.”
Applicants could also make a choice from sexual orientations like “BDSM/Kink,” which is defined as a “sexual intercourse involving such practices as the usage of physical restraints, the granting and relinquishing of control, and the infliction of pain,” in accordance with the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, in addition to options like “pansexual” and “skoliosexual.”
G.I.F.T. will prioritize certain groups, comparable to “transgender, non-binary, gender non-conforming, and intersex people who find themselves also Black, indigenous, or people of color (BIPOC), experiencing homelessness, living with disabilities and chronic illnesses, youth and elders, monolingual Spanish-speakers, and those that are legally vulnerable comparable to TGI people who find themselves undocumented, engaging in survival sex trades, or are formerly incarcerated,” in accordance with its website.
Lyon-Martin Community Health Services, a partner in this system, will even provide enrollees with “gender-affirming primary medical and holistic care, gynecological and sexual health care.”