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English Hospital Drops the Term ‘Breastmilk’ for ‘Human Milk’

In the virtuous name of gender inclusion, a hospital from across the pond in England issued an advisory to its nurses to swap the terms “breastfeeding” and “breast milk” for more inclusive terms like “human milk” and “breast/chest milk,’ according to the Washington Examiner. </–end sarcasm–>

The English hospital also intends to avoid the word “mothers” to appeal to a demographic that seems to represent only one percent of England.

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It’s official. The Women’s March is over and the female gender is gradually being cancelled. With transgender girls taking the stage in high school athletics in the U.S., it seems Girl Power is no match for a Woke Society. And in case you haven’t heard, the House of Representatives introduced rules replacing terms like “father, mother, son, daughter” with “parent and child.”

Japan Airlines is also following suit with the notion, forgoing “ladies and gentlemen” with “everyone” and “all passengers.” The spokesman for the airline said this was an effort to “create a positive atmosphere.” Once upon a time, “ma’am” and “sir” were considered polite forms of address. But it’s 2021 and you can’t be cordial anymore without stepping on someone’s triggered toes.

Pretty soon, no one will be fighting for women’s rights anymore because it will be rendered irrelevant in a progressive society. Let’s hope third-wave feminists everywhere see how their efforts have backfired and that they, too, can’t escape the death grip of cancel culture and political correctness.

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