As George Costanza famously put it to his buddy Jerry Seinfeld, it’s not a lie if you believe it.
This seems to be the Democrats’ defense against misinformation and disinformation. Otherwise, if they don’t believe it deeply, they’re promoting things that simply aren’t true.
A new poll by the political consulting firm WPA Intelligence revealed that roughly one in five Democrats believes men can have babies.
When asked if “some men can get pregnant,” 21 percent of Biden voters, 22 percent of Democrats generally, and 27 percent of self-described liberals agreed.
The biggest share of the true-believers of this particularly untrue biological statement were actually white college-educated Democratic women. Among them, 36 percent responded that, yes, some men can get pregnant.
“Overall, few Americans think men can get pregnant,” WPA Intelligence managing director Conor Maguire said, according to DW. “But with 36% of a core Democratic constituency (college-educated white Democratic women) and one out of five Democrat voters believing this, one can see why Democratic leaders coddle the radical gender theory movement.”
Activists promote gender-neutral phrases like “pregnant people,” “menstruators” and “birthing parent” to discuss female health issues in order to accommodate females who identify as transgender men, although some have chosen to move away from this language when discussing abortion in order to ensure that it remains a woman-specific issue.
This type of “inclusive language” is appropriate because it acknowledges transgender and nonbinary individuals who can get pregnant but don’t identify as women, according to commentary published by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) after Roe v. Wade was overturned.
The article also argued that both abortions and sex change procedures for transgender people were forms of life-saving health care.
“As a bisexual transgender non-binary person, I can become pregnant. I am not a woman — and yet, I could need access to abortion care,” the author wrote.
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