There are only 2 genders We learned in basic biology courses that having XX chromosomes means one is female and that having XY chromosomes means one is male. Now I understand that there can be syndromes such that someone with XX actually is a female and same way around, but that does not mean that they're transgender or anything. These syndromes are extraordinarily rare and DO NOT mean that one is transgender. Also, for people who call themselves a third gender:In the end of the day you either have genitals or genitalia and therefore you are still only one of two genders. Go ahead and live in your imaginary world, but when it boils down to the truth, people will know that you either are male or female.
Religion is what forms a moral code Without religion there is no need to adhere to morality. I know that is a provocative statement, but it is true nonetheless. Without a belief in a moral deity watching us, there is no reason to not cheat on exams or to not treat people as inferior to you. Now don't get me wrong, an atheist society is one that would certainly still have laws and regulations. But yet, those laws would be supported by the people purely due to each individual's being egocentric and not due to them following a moral code. One would support laws prohibiting and punishing major crimes such as theft, drunk driving or murder due to their own individual desire to not be harmed by such scourges on society. But yet, without belief in a religion, there is no point in not doing simple immoral acts such as the ones I listed earlier. Whilst an atheistic society would not be a dystopia, it would be one in which small unjust and unfair acts would be far more prevalent. Also, if there is no God that one is working to please, then there is no purpose to think of others. Therefore, there would be no point in giving to charities, since one would simply believe that this life is it and that there is no purpose to help others. If you look at it, most people who give to charities, and likewise, most charities themselves profess to hold to a religion. All I'm saying is that: while a lack of belief may not directly translate into a increasingly amoral society, it would certainly be reasonable to assume that individualism would be far more prevalent due to no higher moral purpose to fight for, which is what believers possess.
Lowering the driving age would lead to an increase in accidents. Underage drivers are already getting into ubiquitous accidents already, with sites showing that teenage drivers get into 2.7 the amount of crashes than any other age. Lowering the age would only increase this, as many 14 year olds have very little maturity and would not be adequately prepared to man a vehicle.
Freedom of Religion People should be able to have their own free beliefs and should not be forced to acquiesce to societal trends. If a business professes to be christian, then the owners should have a right to refrain from providing services to people that they believe are engaging in perverse and disturbing acts.