“Pregnant people”

tlg-christian-news-us-pregnant-people-14985289434e16abb6239zThe British Medical Association has issued guidelines saying that to avoid offending the transgendered, health workers should not refer to “pregnant women.” Rather, say, “pregnant people.”

After all, a biological female–no, that wording is forbidden too; we must say “assigned female”–who identifies as a man can have a baby. And since we must go by self-identification, that means that men can be pregnant.

The Transgender movement has at least destroyed feminism. Now that men can claim the identity of women, and vice versa, among the radically correct, it makes no sense to so much as refer to “women.” Or “men.” Thus, the feminist-inspired March for Women also proved offensive to the transgendered.

From Laura Donnelly, Don’t call pregnant women ‘expectant mothers’ as it might offend transgender people, BMA says , London Telegraph:

The British Medical Association has said pregnant women should not be called “expectant mothers” as it could offend transgender people.

Instead, they should call them “pregnant people” so as not to upset intersex and transgender men, the union has said. The advice comes in an internal document to staff outlining a raft of common phrases that should be avoided for fear of causing offence.

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Photo by Franziska Neumeister, Trans*march Berlin 2014. Creative Commons License

HT: Mary Moerbe

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