How Soon Before ‘Mother’s Day’ is Banned in New Hampshire?

by Kimberly Morin

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Today is Mother’s Day, that lovely day once every year in which people across the country celebrate their mothers in a special way, the women who birthed or raised them and loved them unconditionally. Of course, with the impending Gender Identity legislation, passed by a majority of men and about to be signed into law by Governor Sununu, eventually, to appease trans activists, motherhood will be redefined just like womanhood is being redefined under House Bill 1319 (HB 1319).

You’re probably shaking your head in disbelief, but alas, it’s true. In the United Kingdom, the British Medical Association has informed doctors that they are not to refer to pregnant patients as “mothers” because it may offend transgenders:

NHS doctors have been told not to call pregnant women ‘expectant mothers’ because it might offend transgender people, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.

The astonishing warning comes in official guidelines issued by the British Medical Association to its 160,000 members, which says mothers-to-be should be referred to as ‘pregnant people’ instead.

The controversial advice to doctors in hospitals and general practice comes just weeks after it emerged that a Briton who was born a girl but is changing to a man put his operation on hold to have a baby.

As you know, only biological women can actually birth children, but that doesn’t stop trans activists or the media from publishing ridiculous headlines like this:

First man in the world to give birth shows off his new baby girl.

Naturally, the person who actually gave birth is not a biological man; he is a biological woman who still had all her biological “lady parts” to reproduce a child. According to an article, “he retained his female sex organs because he intended to have children one day.” If he really wants to live as and be considered the same as an actual biological man, this seems a bit counterproductive.

In the Canadian Province of Ontario, officials have removed the terms “mother and father” from all government documents because those terms aren’t “inclusive:”

Ontario lawmakers have approved a motion to remove the words ‘mother’ and ‘father’ from all government forms to “reflect the diverse nature” of families in the province.

Glenn Thibeault, the Liberal member of the Ontario legislature for Sudbury, asked that ‘gendered’ terminology be replaced with gender-neutral and inclusive language on 10,000 different provincial  government forms.

Every child, regardless of who their parents may actually be, has a mother and a father. So far, that’s the only scientific way to reproduce offspring in humans. Even if a child were to be reproduced via a test tube, it would still happen because a male sperm created that child with a female egg. This isn’t rocket science; it’s Biology 101. Rather than completely removing the terms, why not add additional terms instead?

An article published in 2016 spoke about a “man” who had a baby and was “chestfeeding” and how this is the “Making of a New American Family.” Once again, only biological women can have babies but they take it a step further in this article and change “breastfeeding” to “chestfeeding.”

Apparently, some trans men aren’t comfortable with the term “breastfeeding.” It’s interesting since they claim to be men and want to be treated the same as actual, biological men yet they chose to keep their female reproductive organs in tact so they could do what only biological women can do – reproduce.

Some people actually believe everyone should use the term chestfeeding instead of breastfeeding:

A transgender friend of mine explained, while he fed his baby from his chest, the word “breastfeeding” was both inaccurate and triggering for him and other trans people. Most people in the group understood, but there were a few who couldn’t quite wrap their heads around it (which is not really surprising considering that some people still can’t wrap their heads around the idea that gender is a social construct). Honestly, there are more than a few reasons why I call it chest feeding, and you should, too.

This, of course, is extremely hard to wrap your head around. Most of it doesn’t make sense to the majority of people but what’s worse is the ‘Gender Identity’ legislation being pushed by an out-of-state multi-millionaire in New Hampshire will actually lead public policy down the road of completely erasing the definition of the words “womanhood and motherhood.”

In Alberta, Canada, the government has made it appear “transphobic” to use the words mother and father:

Alberta’s government has released a new set of guidelines for how to have an “inclusive” environment in its schools — including instructions to avoid using the words “mother” and “father” because, you know, how heteronormative and transphobic are those?

The guidelines — titled “Guidelines for Best Practices: Creating Learning Environments that Respect Diverse Sexual Orientations, Gender Identities, and Gender Expressions,” which is very catchy — were released by the New Democratic Party government on Wednesday.

Underneath a section titled “Indicators of this best practice in action,” it states:

“School forms, websites, letters, and other communications use non-gendered and inclusive language (e.g., parents/guardians, caregivers, families, partners, “student” or “their”  instead of Mr., Ms., Mrs., mother, father, him, her, etc.).”

Or, as Ashe Schow explains it in a piece for Independent Women’s Forum: “It used to be ‘Heather has two mommies. Now, it’s ‘Heather has two non-gendered and inclusive caregivers.”

At a school in British Columbia, annual activities for Mother’s and Father’s Day were outright banned:

In a note sent home to parents, the school wrote that their removal of Mother’s and Father’s Day activities from the classroom was a reflection of their “core values” and a means “to celebrate diversity, inclusivity and also nurture our students are are part of non-traditional families.” According to Mission Public School District Superintendent Angus Wilson, the decision was not part of “some political plan:” “There has been a recent trauma involving a student and its parents,” he told a local news station.

This “weaponized transgender” culturalism is causing pain, confusion, and angst to children. They aren’t just shoving their agenda down the throats of adults; they are shoving it down the innocent minds of the youngest in society in order to make these children believe their agenda is perfectly acceptable. It is absolutely not acceptable to force everyone in society to believe the delusions of a minority via the long arm of the law.

Essentially, in order to be “inclusive,” these people feel they must exclude the majority of children who happen to have heterosexual parents who also happen to identify (as do over 97% of people in society) with the gender of their biological sex.

HB 1319 erases the definition of womanhood in public policy; therefore, erasing the definition of motherhood will be a resulting outcome as well:

Everyone has the individual right to believe whatever they want of themselves but what this legislation does is essentially erase the very definition of women and girls in public policy. By allowing anyone who simply feels like they are a woman or a girl to actually be defined as such, the true definition of womanhood and girlhood is absolutely erased.

Enjoy Mother’s Day while you can, if Governor Sununu signs this legislation into law, it may be one of the last times Granite Staters are allowed to even use the word, or else.

Cross-posted from NH Political Buzz

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