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Mothers are now considered “birthing people,” apparently, according to the latest $6 trillion budget proposal from the president’s desk. The rhetoric is supposedly intended to be inclusive to those biological women who identify as men, but could, theoretically, still give birth to children.
The rhetoric appears in a passage about the $200 million that President Joe Biden earmarked “to help end this high rate of maternal mortality and race-based disparities in outcomes among birthing people.”
The verbiage has been celebrated, no doubt, by members of the woke left community.
“It was really empowering and scientifically accurate that she used terms like ‘birthing persons’ and ‘pregnant-capable people,’ which is the word that I use, because it’s important we have technical accuracy,” said a professor, referring to the first time the term was used in Washington.
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As Carley Auddino’s mother battled stage four lung cancer, Auddino and her fiancé worried about how much time they had left with Taura. In an effort to include Carley’s mom in their upcoming wedding, they decided to have a small ceremony at the hospital where Taura was being treated.
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