There is a simple, crazy reason that we need to specify “biological” men in the title of this article–because the world has been turned upside down and the term “pregnant women” is no longer considered politically correct.
So yes, when we say “men” we mean men, humans born with one X and one Y chromosome equipped with male genitalia who are not born with a uterus…because they are men.
The reason we need to clarify what we mean by “men” is that suddenly the word doesn’t mean what it ought to anymore.
So, this has opened a floodgate of crazy in which the phrase “man gives birth” is earnestly being used whenever a woman suffering from gender dysphoria gives birth to a baby. When this happens, it is because this “man”, i.e. woman, who was born with two X chromosomes, was born with a uterus. Because. She. Is. A. Woman.
Now that this basic biology lesson is out of the way, prepare yourself for a new floodgate: men (again, real men) with uteri.
That’s right–science has found a brand new way to turn our world even more topsy-turvy and help delusional people everywhere continue to pretend they are the opposite sex.
The Independent recently reported that a fertility doctor claims this is the new frontier of, freakish fertility advancements, I guess.
“You could do it tomorrow,” said Dr. Richard Paulson at the American Society for Reproductive Medicine’s meeting. “There would be additional challenges, but I don’t see any obvious problem that would preclude it … I personally suspect there are going to be trans women who are going to want to have a uterus and will likely get the transplant.”
The Independent elaborates:
He added that while men and woman have a different shaped pelvis there would nevertheless be room for an implanted womb.
However, the procedure would be extremely complicated and it’s likely that transgender women would have to give birth by caesarean section
In addition, hormones might have to be given to replicate the changes that occur while a woman is pregnant.
There is, of course, as it goes without saying, a serious risk with what would be at first a purely experimental procedure.
We might be able to chuckle (or tear our hair out) at the ridiculousness of a man getting a uterus implant, but think about it: how are they going to “test” the growth of a baby in an artificially implanted uterus?
When a man receives a heart transplant or a lung transplant, the only life risked is his own. When a man receives a uterus transplant, the entire medical staff is willingly engaging in the creation of life for a sick, twisted test drive of a fake uterus implanted in the abdomen of someone who was never designed to carry life inside their body.
The whole thing is just sick. I’d ask what’s next, but I don’t even want to know.