(FiveNation.com)- Nearly a quarter of Democratic voters, according to a WPA Intelligence poll, think that “some men can become pregnant.”
Some Democrats agreed with the assertion to the tune of 22%.
Additionally, more women than males agreed with the remark. According to the poll, white, college-educated female Democrats agreed at an astounding 36 percent.
One can see why Democratic leaders support the radical gender theory movement, said WPAi Managing Director Conor Maguire, “since 36% of a core Democratic demographic (college-educated white Democratic women) and one out of five Democrat voters believe this.”
The findings follow many weeks of Democratic witnesses expressing their belief that men can become pregnant and have abortions during House Judiciary Committee hearings.
Khiara Bridges, a law professor at UC Berkeley, objected to the word “woman” and charged Missouri GOP Senator Josh Hawley with “transphobia” and “inciting violence” for claiming that men cannot bear children.
The president of the National Women’s Law Center, Fatima Goss-Graves, rebuked Republicans for their refusal to define what a woman is, saying that they were “trying to suggest that people who don’t identify as women can’t get pregnant.”
Last month, the proposal to categorize pregnancy as a purely female biological process was rejected by all 50 Democrats in the Senate.
To appease people with gender dysphoria or just plain old mental illness, terms like “women” or “mothers” are being replaced by “birthing people” or “pregnant people” by doctors in hospitals. This isn’t just limited to woke academics making a scene in Congress; it’s also happening in real life.
In a new recommendation, the American Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine urges hospitals and medical professionals to use terminology that is more “gender-inclusive.”
The guide offers woke alternatives to “conventional terminology” like “breast milk,” such as “human milk,” “parent’s milk,” and, most absurdly, “father’s milk.”
The NHS in the UK stirred uproar by removing all references to women from an online guidance section concerning menopause, a disorder that only affects women, as we pointed out back in June.
The NHS website changed its advice pages on ovarian cancer during the same month, which coincidentally was also “Pride Month,” by eliminating references to “women” to be more “inclusive” of trans, non-binary, and intersex persons.
As a result of this tendency, the meaning of “female” in dictionaries has been changed to encompass anyone who identifies as one.
In the future, Google may alter your language if you write the “wrong” word to make it more “inclusive.”