Ah, England, where you can be harassed by cops for sitting in your car to smoke a cigarette because it *squints* “breaks lockdown rules.” It’s stunning that the land that gave us Magna Carta, representative democracy, and Queen Anne style furniture has sunk so low. It couldn’t possibly sink lower, could it? Sadly, it can. Via the Washington Examiner:
“‘Human milk,’ ‘breast/chest milk,’ or ‘milk from the feeding mother or parent’ are the more acceptable terms for midwives to use at the Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust in lieu of using the traditional ‘breast milk.'”
Excuse me, what? Chest milk? Milk from the feeding parent? Wait…there’s more. The nanny goats (excuse me, child-rearing quadrupeds) at Britain’s state-run National Health Service helpfully remind us that these “guidelines support trans and non-binary birthing people.”
Why not just call them a “baby chute” or “human hole” or “birth canal havers?” And how does this “support” anyone? I’m all for using someone’s preferred pronouns as a matter of personal courtesy, but for the love of Judy Garland why is a health service bothering with this foolishness in the middle of a pandemic?
Why does the left hate women so much?