News Analysis Jul 12, 2021 11:51 PM EST

WATCH: Trans man gives birth to baby; trans woman unsuccessfully tries to nurse it

"The baby has been able to latch," Petrona tells the camera as Ahanu looks on silently. "But I've not been able to produce any milk."

WATCH: Trans man gives birth to baby; trans woman unsuccessfully tries to nurse it
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A family featured on "9 Months with Courteney Cox" has thoroughly switched gender roles. The baby suckles Petrona, a two-spirit Nahua trans woman, while what the Biden administration would call the "birthing person," Ahanu, a two-spirit Kainai non-binary trans masculine person, looks on.

In the clip, the family can be seen snuggling in bed under a multicolored blanket shortly after the child's birth, which was gestated in Ahanu's body. Ahanu lies topless—postpartum belly exposed with mastectomy scars on chest and beard on face—by the side of Petrona, who holds the child to their male chest.

"Are they getting any milk?" Ahanu asks. The baby is not getting any milk.

"The baby has been able to latch," Petrona tells the camera as Ahanu looks on silently. "But I've not been able to produce any milk. That's okay, because I'm going to supplement the feeding with formula so that my baby is still getting the nutrients that they need but I'm still feeling hopeful."

Back in the family bed, Petrona tells Ahanu: "I appreciate you so much for all your work."

"I appreciate you also, baby," Ahanu says. "I couldn't have done it without you. I love you."

This clip is part of a larger segment that shows Ahanu giving birth at home, while Petrona helps. Once the baby is born from Ahanu's body, the child is given to Petrona and placed on Petrona's chest, not Ahanu's. The baby doesn't cry at first, and Ahanu says, "Put them on me." It's only once the child is on Ahanu that crying can be heard. Petrona takes the child back, and Ahanu looks on. Petrona tries to breastfeed the child. The child latches, as many do with ease after birth, but is not rewarded for that effort. There is simply no milk behind Petrona's nipples.

All of this is not only permissible in contemporary American society but something to be praised, something to be proud of. After about a decade of being told that men are women and women are men—that the two can be made the opposite with a help of drugs, surgery, and some societal complacency—we are witnessing extreme confusion brought on by identity politics that take precedence over biological reality.

These are more than lifestyle choices. This is a human rights violation. The decision to nurse a child on a fiction of your own illusions is cruel to the child, not only physically but emotionally. This family is denying the child an actual mother, raising that child to believe lies. A decade of advocacy has led fully to the erasure of women as mothers and the usurping of those maternal rights by men who fantasize that they are women and fetishize childbirth and nursing.

It is thoroughly possible to be gender non-conforming without denying the fact of human biology. Making up fantasies that male chests can or should produce milk does nothing good for the child, the family, or humanity.

Yet doctors, in the tradition of crazed Nazi Dr. Josef Mengele, continue to experiment on reproductive biology in order to appease the delusions of men and women who think they are women and men, and demand that society, biology, and medicine indulge those whims.

In 2018, a biological male who identified as transgender sought to breast feed their female partner's biological child. The hospital induced lactation. Doctors put this biological male on a "regimen of drugs that included an anti-nausea medication licensed in Britain and Canada but banned in the United States."

This medical insanity was written by Zil Goldstein, a nurse practitioner, and Dr. Tamar Reisman of Mount Sinai Center for Transgender Medicine and Surgery in New York. They found that it was within a month that the biological male who identified as transgender "was producing droplets of milk. Within three months — two weeks before the baby's due date — she had increased her production to eight ounces of milk a day."

What was not studied, however, was whether or not the "milk" produced had any kind of nutritional value at all. The Times writes that "it is not known whether breast milk from this kind of induced lactation is equivalent to milk produced after giving birth by women who are not transgender."

The only reason this medical experimentation is being done is to nurse the fantasies of biological men who are not content to allow women to continue their function literally creating and nourishing the human race. What women have had sole agency over is now on the way to becoming the realm of males.

Biological males who identify as transgender have also sought to have the uteruses of dead women placed inside their bodies and connected to their surgically replicated neo-vaginas so that they may gestate and give birth to human young. This mission has been undertaken by doctors who are exploring how to go about making this absurd and insulting fantasy a reality.

This is literally a Frankensteinian abomination against humanity and the very foundations of life itself.

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