Abortions for men

A Texas pro-abortion organization, Fund Texas Women, has announced that it is changing its name to Fund Texas Choice.  This is because the reference to “women” excludes trans-sexual individuals who now identify as “men” but who still have female reproductive organs and who may thus get pregnant and “need” an abortion.  This is from the announcement:

In order for our organization to provide quality abortion services, we have to make sure that everyone who needs help traveling for their abortion is able to get it. But with a name like Fund Texas Women, we were publicly excluding trans* people who needed to get an abortion but were not women.

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When your mother is a man and your father is a woman

Feminists make a distinction between “sex,” which has to do with biology, and “gender,” which has to do with culture; thus, gender roles are changeable and interchangeable with those of men, having nothing to do with an individual’s sex.  But now sex is held to be changeable too, determined not by reproductive organs or the DNA of every cell in a person’s body but by the individual’s choice, which can be reinforced by surgical and hormone treatments.  And transgendered (technically, transexed) individuals can marry each other.  And, if they do so before the surgeries are complete, have children.  So now there are children whose mother is now a man and whose father is now a woman.  The account of two cases after the jump. [Read more...]

“So what’s your name and preferred gender pronoun?”

According to a new code of etiquette, it’s not enough to ask someone’s name.  You also need to ask, “what’s your PGP?”  That is, your “preferred gender pronoun.”  The choices may be “he” or “she” or “they” or the newly-coined “ze.” [Read more...]


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