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As a naive kid I thought 2020 would be amazing, but here we are talking about who can go through a menopause. Wake me up when people start to value sanity again.    

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They don't want women to ever feel happy about our bodies and their functions that are unique to female humans and no one else. This is all part of the degradation of pregnancy and child nurturing in order to turn women away from being happy wives and mothers, thus contributing to depopulation and freeing them up to be worker slaves. Thus men don't require good family wages, and women having reached "equity" with men don't either. Agenda 2030.

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11 hours ago, Tamlinn said:

They don't want women to ever feel happy about our bodies and their functions that are unique to female humans and no one else. This is all part of the degradation of pregnancy and child nurturing in order to turn women away from being happy wives and mothers, thus contributing to depopulation and freeing them up to be worker slaves. Thus men don't require good family wages, and women having reached "equity" with men don't either. Agenda 2030.

Yeah, there's been a big push to move society away from the family. That's what holds things together. I saw an article headline the other day "should breast milk be produce in a lab". Probably the same lab as they're making the Soylent Green in!

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On 10/23/2020 at 10:24 AM, wingwang said:

Cough...

 

On 10/21/2020 at 10:25 PM, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

As a naive kid I thought 2020 would be amazing, but here we are talking about who can go through a menopause. Wake me up when people start to value sanity again.

 

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I think aa lot of us have felt like this especially on here. Would be good to have an underground hide out and just switch off from the madness. I am glad i stopped smoking the devils lettuce a few years ago because 2020 has been a pretty bad trip i think i'd freak out if i still did that stuff. 

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You're herring that right: BBC Today programme replaces 'fishermen' with 'fisherpeople'

The BBC style guide says 'men' should be left out of job descriptions unless only males are involved

The BBC’s guidelines are difficult to fathom at the best of times.

But an advisory note about gender and job titles led to Radio 4’s Today programme discussing the livelihoods of “fisherpeople”, rather than “fishermen”.

Katya Adler, the BBC’s Europe editor, made the reference during a discussion about fishing rights post-Brexit.

Her description raised eyebrows within the industry, where only a handful of women go out to sea.

The industry body in the UK is the National Federation of Fishermen’s Organisations. Its chairman, Barrie Deas, said using “fisherpeople” was a clumsy term.

“There are women in the industry on the processing and management side - including a president and chair of this federation - so the reality is that women are well-represented in the industry as a whole but not very much on the catching side. It’s really only a handful. Mostly it’s men that crew the boats,” said Mr Deas.

While there are no official statistics in the UK, a recent study in Norway found that women account for 2.7-3.2 per cent of "fisherpeople".

Mr Deas had a suggestion of his own for gender neutral terminology. “If anyone feels the need to change the nomenclature, that’s easily resolved. In North East Scotland, where I’m from, they refer to ‘fishers’."

A trawl of the BBC style guide suggests that "men" should be left out of job descriptions on air unless it is a fact that the job is the sole preserve of men.

The guide states: "Unless you are sure only males are involved, avoid words such as 'newsmen', 'businessmen' and 'policemen'. Substitute journalists, business leaders, police officers etc, as appropriate."

Asked about the prospect of changing his federation’s name, Mr Deas said: “If it was a request from a woman president and chair of our executive committee, or if it came from some of the big fishing business run by women, we would very rapidly change. Although we would have to repaint all the signs.”

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2020/11/16/do-not-adjust-herring-bbc-today-programme-replaces-fishermen/

 

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On 9/7/2020 at 9:49 AM, AndyJ said:

Even that kid in 'Kindergarten Cop' can tell you that "Boys have a penis, girls have a vagina". I have no problem with people living as whoever they want, yet biologically speaking it's pretty simple isn't it?  But when it comes to stuff like this the Twitterati cancel culture will continue it's mission to eradicate common sense and bathe in a vat of virtue signalling bullshit just like they do every.single.day. The anti-common sense PC nonsense is perpetuated by the cabal 's social media and mainstream media shills to further instigate cognitive dissonance and fear in people. The moment people stop giving a shit about having PC opinions which they think will be approved of by everyone the better off we'll all be.  

 

Well said Andy. People even 30 years ago would  not accept this nonsense! We all know what male and female anatomy is. It's like these oddbods have a problem with biological and anatomical differences between male and female. It's nature and natural. 

 

I am just waiting for the day when I have my shopping at the supermarket checkout and some big beardy hairy bloke is sitting there with lipstick on and a name  badge saying "Hayley."

 

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On 11/17/2020 at 6:03 PM, oddsnsods said:

You're herring that right: BBC Today programme replaces 'fishermen' with 'fisherpeople'

The BBC style guide says 'men' should be left out of job descriptions unless only males are involved

The BBC’s guidelines are difficult to fathom at the best of times.

But an advisory note about gender and job titles led to Radio 4’s Today programme discussing the livelihoods of “fisherpeople”, rather than “fishermen”.

Katya Adler, the BBC’s Europe editor, made the reference during a discussion about fishing rights post-Brexit.

Her description raised eyebrows within the industry, where only a handful of women go out to sea.

The industry body in the UK is the National Federation of Fishermen’s Organisations. Its chairman, Barrie Deas, said using “fisherpeople” was a clumsy term.

“There are women in the industry on the processing and management side - including a president and chair of this federation - so the reality is that women are well-represented in the industry as a whole but not very much on the catching side. It’s really only a handful. Mostly it’s men that crew the boats,” said Mr Deas.

While there are no official statistics in the UK, a recent study in Norway found that women account for 2.7-3.2 per cent of "fisherpeople".

Mr Deas had a suggestion of his own for gender neutral terminology. “If anyone feels the need to change the nomenclature, that’s easily resolved. In North East Scotland, where I’m from, they refer to ‘fishers’."

A trawl of the BBC style guide suggests that "men" should be left out of job descriptions on air unless it is a fact that the job is the sole preserve of men.

The guide states: "Unless you are sure only males are involved, avoid words such as 'newsmen', 'businessmen' and 'policemen'. Substitute journalists, business leaders, police officers etc, as appropriate."

Asked about the prospect of changing his federation’s name, Mr Deas said: “If it was a request from a woman president and chair of our executive committee, or if it came from some of the big fishing business run by women, we would very rapidly change. Although we would have to repaint all the signs.”

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2020/11/16/do-not-adjust-herring-bbc-today-programme-replaces-fishermen/

 

 

What a load of rubbish! If you are a man who fishes you are a fisherman; if you are a woman who fishes you are a fisherwoman. What is the problem with that? It is what it is! 

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On 10/21/2020 at 10:25 PM, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

As a naive kid I thought 2020 would be amazing, but here we are talking about who can go through a menopause. Wake me up when people start to value sanity again.

 

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It's absolute nonsense isn't it. I'm a woman. I had my menopause a couple of years ago. If I drew a beard on myself and called myself Jeff, and wore men's clothing that would not make me a man.

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On 10/25/2020 at 8:53 PM, sickofallthebollocks said:

Here we are, a bit more on this from the dailyfail:

(Refreshingly Positive)

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8877425/Tampax-slammed-tweet-celebrating-diversity-people-bleed-amid-calls-boycott.html

 

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Loved Laurence Fox's reply. He says it as it is!

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Wokeness, BLM, Vax/antivax, Brexit, social distancing, mask wearing, even the official urging of people to snitch on their neighbours are all tools to sow social division and mistrust of those around us. Divide and rule is still their gameplan

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Breastfeeding is now chestfeeding, Brighton’s trans-friendly midwives are told

 

Midwives have been told to say “chestfeeding” instead of “breastfeeding” and to replace the term “mother” with “mother or birthing parent” as part of moves to be more trans-friendly.

Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust is the first in the country to formally implement a gender inclusive language policy for its maternity services department, which will now be known as “perinatal services”.

Staff have been instructed that “breastmilk” should be replaced with the phrases “human milk”, “breast/chestmilk” or “milk from the feeding mother or parent”.

Other changes include replacing the use of “woman” with “woman or person” and “father” with “parent”, “co-parent” or “second biological parent”, depending on the circumstances.

A policy document released this week states that staff should not stop using the word “woman” or other terms describing motherhood but they should consciously start adding in the word “people” and other more inclusive language.

It says: “Gender identity can be a source of oppression and health inequality. We are consciously using the words ‘women’ and ‘people’ together to make it clear that we are committed to working on addressing health inequalities for all those who use our services.

“As midwives and birth workers, we focus on improving access and health outcomes for marginalised and disadvantaged groups. Women are frequently disadvantaged in healthcare, as are trans and non-binary people … By continuing to use the term ‘woman’ we commit to working on addressing health inequalities for all who use our services.

“We also recognise that there is currently biological essentialism and transphobia present within elements of mainstream birth narratives and discourse. We strive to protect our trans and non-binary service users and healthcare professionals from additional persecution as a consequence of terminology changes, recognising the significant impact this can have on psychological and emotional wellbeing.

“Acknowledging the cultural context in which service development occurs is vital in making trans and non-binary lives safer.”

In a statement released on Twitter, the Sussex maternity department said: “We want everybody who uses our services to see themselves reflected in the language that we use. This means not only pregnant women, but also pregnant trans, non-binary and agender people. Our chosen approach to inclusive language is additive rather than neutral.”

The language changes will be implemented in the trust’s webpages, leaflets and communications such as letters and emails. Staff will be asked to use language that reflects people’s “own identities and preferences” when talking to patients.

The move was welcomed by inclusivity campaigners.

Trans Actual said: “This is fantastic, well done. Let’s hope many more trusts follow suit. Everybody deserves to be treated with dignity and respect.”

Dr Ruth Pearce, a feminist sociologist who acted as an external reviewer on the language policy, tweeted: “This is absolutely groundbreaking work on trans inclusion in perinatal services from the BSUH Maternity Gender Inclusion Midwives team.”

The changes drew criticism on social media, with some users accusing the trust of “peak misogyny” and “eradicating women”. Others questioned the use of NHS resources to implement the changes.

An estimated 1 per cent of the adult population in Britain identifies as transgender or non-binary but the trans population in Brighton and Hove is thought to be larger.

Although no official figures exist on the trans community, research has shown nearly 10 per cent of the population of Brighton and Hove identify as LGBTQ+, compared with about 2.2 per cent of the general population.

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