They did it. They actually did it. The Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine has found a way to one-up the dehumanizing term "birthing people" with ... I can hardly type it ... "human milk-feeding individuals."
We're done. We can wrap our civilization up now. This is where future archeologists will say we passed beyond the event horizon of the woke black hole that is consuming us all.
The Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine (ABM) published new guidelines introducing "lactation-related language" such as "human milk feeding."
The new guidelines were published to affirm the organization's "commitment to gender equality and health equity," including new terminology for "lactation-related" language. Terms for lactation include "chestfeeding" and "human milk-feeding individuals."
"ABM recognizes that not all people who give birth and lactate identify as female and that some individuals identify as neither female nor male," the guidelines read.
You know, my legally-attached human milk-feeding individual (formerly called "wife") has experienced what it's like to chest-feed three legally-unabortable 4th-trimester fetuses as a lactating person.
Did you like that sentence? Because that's how we'll all be expected to talk by the year 2030 unless we tell these dumb dumbs we're not playing their Marxist language games!
Laura Kair, the medical director of well newborn care at UC Davis Children's Hospital said that this language is important in caring for transgender patients.
"Language has power. The language that we use should be as inclusive as possible when discussing infant feeding," Kair said. "When working with patients it is best to ask them their affirmed terminology. When communicating medical research, language should accurately reflect the population studied so as not to mask research needs."
Ah, I see. So to affirm the tiny fraction of a fraction of people suffering from a medically diagnosable mental condition where they believe they do not fit their XX or XY chromosomes, we're going to dehumanize all women everywhere by referring to them with sterile terms that make them seem like cattle. Good job.
She is right though: Language has power.
And unless our human milk-feeding individuals rise up against the destruction of it, there are even worse new terms to come!
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