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Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Trans and their supporters trying to redefine the traditional family, and take away what rightfully belongs to women, motherhoood.


Last year, the Midwives Alliance of North America (MANA) conducted a politically correct purge of their guidelines, removing any reference to fact that mothers are women, for fear of offending the transgendered. But now, an alliance of midwifes, mothers and experts have began to fight back, insisting that it is “dangerous” and “harmful” to deny the “biological reality” of motherhood.

In 2014, with little consultation, MANA decided that being a woman was not a necessary or relevant factor for being a mother. They edited their core competencies document, and in effect ordered practitioners to stop referring to clients as “women” and “mothers” demanding they say “pregnant people” and “birthing individuals” instead.
The change did not go unnoticed. At the end of last month a group calling themselves “Woman-Centred Midwifery” (WCM) published an open letter addressed to MANA, signed by hundreds of respected Midwifery experts including the revered “mother of authentic midwifery” Ina May Gaskin.
They wrote, very politely, that: “MANA’s attempts at inclusivity are commendable in today’s complex world. We are concerned, however, by accelerating trends in our culture to deny material biological reality and further disconnect ourselves from nature and the body.”

Referring to the edited core competencies document, they protested that, “women are now all but missing from the language, as if we can separate woman from mother from baby. Woman is recognized now only in relation to her baby. This is harmful to female adult humans; we women have fought long and hard to be recognized as autonomous beings.”

If you’re wondering how someone who is not considered a woman could even have a baby, such that MANA might want to make the “progressive” move of severing the concept from that of mother, then here is a case study.

Trevor MacDonald is a self identified female-to-male transgendered gay man (WTF???????) whose been campaigning against WCM, accusing them of “transphobia” in The Huffington Post. It seems that no amount of cosmetic surgery could allow him to escape the innate instincts latent in his biology, and MacDonald has given birth to two children since he transitioned.

far from suffering from some “phobia” or irrational fear, WCM explain their quite rational reservations in the letter. “We know as midwives that biological sex occurs at the level of our DNA and the gametes we produce, and is immutable,” they write.

They acknowledge that “gender is cultural and gender norms vary across the globe,” but state that, “Sex is natural, biological and objectively factual,” and “Human beings, like the majority of other mammals, are sexually dimorphic. i.e. there are two distinct biological sexes.”

Arguing that, “by embracing the idea that any human other than those in a class called women carry offspring to term, give birth to them and nurse them, we are prioritizing gender identity over biological reality,” and that, “We are allowing gender identity to be the primary way that we refer to one another, even for a biological process like birth.”

“The very few gender-identified males that have given birth or accessed an abortion have only done so because they are female-bodied people, and that scientific fact cannot be erased,” they add.

MANA even appeal to the arguments of second wave feminists (or trans exclusionary radical feminists / TERFS) to make their point, who have long argued that, “female liberation from patriarchal oppression, including brutal and demeaning birth practices, cannot be achieved if we are forbidden from mentioning female biology.”

Even some transgendered people have taken issue with delusional stance of MANA

It must be remembered, however, that this seemingly petty conflict within midwifery is not just an intellectual question of biology and social theory. It’s certainly not merely the continuation of the long running squabble between old order feminism and gender theory feminists (who deny that female biology has anything to do with women, and so feminism).

This is, primarily, about the children involved. It is a final, humiliating assault on the tradition family, and the attempt to removed the notion of women from motherhood should terrify us all – even those who support same-sex marriage.

As WCM conclude in their letter: “We must fight the forces destroying the living material world and telling us that cultural distractions are more real than life itself. There is life-giving power in female biology. As midwives we protect the lives of the life-givers: women, mothers, females, and their offsping. We must not become blinded to the biological material reality that connects us.”
In order to survive as a species, we must protect what is basically the laws of nature, sure we can accommodate those who chose to be different, such is the rules of freedom, but not at the expense of what is the most precious gift nature has given us, MOTHERHOOD.
To change the definition of what it is to be a woman simply to please someone who thinks she is a man, who is gay, and gives birth, is one messed up confusing issue. Let's face reality for what it is in this case, you gave birth, your a woman...simple as that.
One doesn't try to change natural law to please one person, a micro-minority or some confused ol'feminist who try to deny women their right to biological reality. 

To live in true equality, we must never take away from women what belongs to them, Or what belongs to men, fathers. Motherhood is one of the most beautiful things nature has given us, it has it own realm, it's own place apart from everything else, and this right belongs to women.
And if I may...
As men, the most beautiful thing we experience in life, "barre none", is the birth of our children, through their "mothers". Both have a place in our heart, one cannot happen without the other. It takes a man and a woman to make a child, both have an equal importance in this new life, but motherhood, now that is special, to be admired and respected and to be given it's rightful place in the circle of life itself.

If someone gives birth, then that person is a woman, a female, maybe not on the outside, but the dna says so, no matter how hard they try to explain otherwise...(Female-to-male transgendered gay man ?)  I'm still trying to figure that one out....

WCM in this case is right in what they say, we must not take away from women, what is rightfully theirs.

Here is a polite suggestion to those who try to change the laws of nature, or take away what rightfully belongs to women, give it up, going too far will create a backlash.
What you do in the privacy of your own home is your right, don't try to impose it on others.
As we can see, women have just had about enough of those trying to redefine, motherhood.

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