Jerry, an automotive insurance agency, this means more than half a million Americans who identify as non-binary — 46 percent of the 1.2 million population — live in a state that does not allow the "X" marker on a driver's licenses."Most jurisdictions across the U.S.
do not have explicit laws in place preventing gender equity for non-binary individuals (with few exceptions of 'trans bans' in more conservative jurisdictions, but again, this is rare),"Dr.
Nicole M. Elias, associate professor and founding co-director of the Initiative for Gender Equity in the Public Sector at John Jay College, The City University of New York told Newsweek."Instead, it is a question of what legislation needs to be adopted to be more inclusive of nonbinary.