Planned Parenthood demands women use 'gender inclusive' terms to talk about pregnancy

"When talking about abortion, include gender-neutral or inclusive terms like 'people' or 'women, trans, and nonbinary people'."

Joshua Young North Carolina

On Thursday, the pro-abortion organization Planned Parenthood tweeted that people should use "gender-neutral or inclusive" language when talking about abortion, a procedure that kills an unborn baby in the womb of a biological woman.

Planned Parenthood tweeted, "When talking about abortion, include gender-neutral or inclusive terms like 'people' or 'women, trans, and nonbinary people'."

Planned Parenthood's tweet included a meme of a black woman sitting on a bed with the caption, "Us waiting for ya'll to use gender-inclusive language when talking about abortion."

"'Abortion is the planned murder of a human being' --is that gender-neutral enough?" One user Tweeted.

Another user replied, "Murderers is pretty gender-inclusive. You are murderers (they/them)"

Planned Parenthood has long been vocal that pregnancy is not unique to women, showing that they have a peculiar interpretation of reality.

In September of 2016, Planned Parenthood Action tweeted, "Jack shares their abortion story to remind everyone that it's not only women who need abortion access."

In March of 2018, a Planned Parenthood in Kentucky tweeted "Some men have a uterus" in repetition.

"Always here for our men with duderuses," they later tweeted.

In September, Planned Parenthood’s Medical Director for Primary and Trans Care, Dr. Bhavik Kumar, testified to Congress that men can get pregnant during a House Oversight Committee hearing on abortion.

Republican Georgia Representative Andrew Clyde said, "We’re talking about science; let’s talk about biology. Dr. Kumar, can biological men get pregnant and give birth?"

Kumar said, "So men can have pregnancies, especially trans men."

Clyde asked, "Can biological men get pregnant and give birth? Are you saying that a biological female who identifies as a man and therefore becomes pregnant is, quote, a man? Is that what you’re saying?"

"These questions about who can become pregnant are really missing the point," said Kumar.


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