The President of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, Dr Richard Paulson, says that society should prepare itself for the arrival of the first babies born to transsexual mothers. Dismissing ‘problems’ such as men having the wrong sort of pelvis, he maintains that there will be ‘trans’ women who want to have a uterus and that they will likely get a womb transplant.
Judging by the enthusiasm with which campaigners and politicians have embraced ‘trans’ issues, doubtless he will be proved correct. Women are already referred to as ‘natural women’, and campaigners demand that there be no reference in news reports to individuals being ‘born male’; the problems intrinsic to this lifestyle are blamed on ‘stigma’ or ‘transphobia’. Soon, people will be able to register themselves as members of the opposite sex.
Since the campaigners ignore the dangers of telling children they might have been ‘born in the wrong body’, why not experiment with babies to show that being trans is perfectly normal?
Feminists are now awake to the dangers, but having spent the last fifty years moaning that having children is an affront to equality, they can hardly complain about this.