Midwives have been instructed to use gender-inclusive language in the maternity ward at Brighton NHS Hospital in the United Kingdom.
This is crazy:
Such as “chestfeeding” rather than “breastfeeding”, “human milk” rather than “breast milk” and “front hole” or “genital opening” rather than “vagina”.
Brighton hospital has become the first hospital in the United Kingdom to do this in their maternity ward, which has also been renamed to the “Perinatal Ward”!
However, the move appears to not have gotten the public support that the hospital had hoped it would. Some transgender groups have even criticized it.
For example, transgender advocate Dr Hayton, expressed concerns over the plan saying, “Trying to control the language of others does transgender people no favours at all.”
Having institutions ram this language down people’s throats is only going to make the resentment towards trans groups worse. Although it should not cause misguided resentment, it often does as people feel that their rights of free speech are being taken away to appease an exceedingly small portion of the population.
The resentment should be aimed at the person in charge of that hospital who came up with this idea. They are probably not transgender themselves and they are doing this as a political move to advance their career by being the most ‘woke’.
In this case, women are the primary victims of this gender-inclusive language change. One of the great God-given gifts to women is the ability to carry a child and breastfeed them. Why take this away from women?
Do you really think women in that ward will appreciate their vagina being called their front hole? Do you think they will appreciate these midwives asking the father if he would also like to “chestfeed” the baby?
Here’s the bottom line:
Let’s talk biology, if you’re able to carry a child and produce breastmilk, then biologically you are a woman, you have two X chromosomes, it is written in your DNA.
Until the technology exists to alter a fully-grown adult’s genes at a molecular level (without killing them!) and replace every XX chromosome with XY, or vice versa; it’s impossible to alter gender at a biological level. Even then, I’ve drastically simplified the process, it is most likely never going to be possible.
If you’re pregnant and you now identify as a man, great, that’s fine, but you are living in an imaginary world if you can’t accept that biologically you are a woman, and biologically, women are the only people who can have babies and produce breast milk.
A hospital is a place of science, where scientific terminology should be used. Science does not care about your feelings. Science is fact.
The NHS should be devoting all its resources to helping people who are ill or perhaps dealing with the massive COVID-19 pandemic right now!
The NHS is riddled with problems. It is common to have to wait months and months to get an appointment with a specialist on the NHS. Many people in the UK who need medical treatment quickly, must pay and go private. There’s so much improvement that could be done for the NHS and that is where all their resources and efforts should be directed.
They should not be playing scrabble with gender-inclusive language!
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1) Midwives told to say ‘chestfeeding’ instead of ‘breastfeeding’ in gender-inclusive move: https://www.lbc.co.uk/news/breastfeeding-called-chestfeeding-trans-friendly-midwives-told-brighton/
2) Brighton NHS Trust introduces new trans-friendly terms: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-sussex-56007728
3) XY sex-determination system https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/XY_sex-determination_system
4) DNA Basics: https://genetics.thetech.org/ask/ask35
5) 220,000 people wait more than a year for NHS hospital treatment: https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/220-000-people-wait-more-than-a-year-for-nhs-hospital-treatment-9q0ct2gs5