As if you didn’t think it could be taken any further, you are MISTAKEN.
There’s no one way to be a man.
Men who get their periods are men.
Men who get pregnant and give birth are men.
Trans and non-binary men belong.#InternationalMensDay
— ACLU (@ACLU) November 19, 2019
Oh, you didn’t know?
Yup. Even though sex changes don’t actually allow the individual to utilize their new genitalia like they’re supposed to operate, adding a whole reproductive system to the opposite gender for which it belongs should be nooooo problem.
“On Tuesday, the American Civil Liberties Union decided to offer their own interpretation of what it means to be a man, since International Men’s Day is celebrated annually on November 19.”
No wonder the English language is said to be the hardest to learn. Hopefully biology class can trudge through these difficult times.
“So a man has a penis and a woman has a vagina, right?”
“Well, a man can be a woman, and a woman can be a man.”
“What about their genitalia defining that?”
Watch, soon it’ll be offensive to refer to humans as “people.”
“Although International Men’s Day (IMD) focuses on six pillars: highlighting discrimination against men; supporting male health issues; improving gender relations; promoting gender equality; celebrating male contributions to society; and promoting male role models, as Yahoo acknowledged, the ACLU had its own leftist identity politics view, writing on Twitter: “There’s no one way to be a man. Men who get their periods are men. Men who get pregnant and give birth are men. Trans and non-binary men belong.#InternationalMensDay.”
Gentlemen. If you’re bleeding from your dangler, SOMETHING IS VERY WRONG.
Women. If you’re having a period, you’re not pregnant. Oh, and you’re still a woman. Sorry to burst your reproductive bubble.
This is the same organization that awarded Christine Blasey Ford for being courageous, by the way. So, I think that speaks for itself.