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‘Frankenstein take’: AMA joins campaign to have babies by biological men

Several years ago, radical feminists and other pro-abortion women started a new rant against pro-life Catholics standing up for the helpless unborn child: “Keep your rosaries off my ovaries!”

Well, now that defiant slogan may have an updated sequel, this time shouted by male-to-female transgender “women”: “We demand your ovaries because we’re ‘trans women’ (even though we’re born with a gender). Were born) ) And we want to have children like other women!

OK, it’s not a very loud slogan, and it might not work very well for the political left, but if trans activists have their way, then maybe, more realistically, we’ll soon have one of this mantra. version can be heard, achieved through what conservatives are calling a “Frankenstein”-like “transgender drug”:

“Trans women can have kids too!”

And ultimately, they want you, the taxpayer, to pay for it.

That’s the goal and essence of the latest transgender campaign, and trans activists have a major ally in their fractious quest: the radically pro-LGBT American Medical Association, or AMA.

washington examiner reported on wednesday: “The American Medical Association has launched a trial balloon for uterus transplants for biological men who identify as transgender, advancing the next phase of the ‘Frankenstein technique’ for cross-sex procedures. …An ethical analysis of uterus transplants for men published in June in the AMA’s Journal of Ethics details the ethical arguments behind such a procedure, including whether it should be taxpayer-funded .

AMA Journal of Ethics Articles The headline, “Should uterine transplants for transwomen and transmen be subsidized?” is about the expansion of “uterine transplants, or UTX.” According to the AMA, it discussed possible ways to finance the operation, which “in the United States, UTX is estimated to cost between $100,000 and $300,000.”

The Examiner article, titled “AMA plans to move forward on taxpayer-funded uterus transplants for biological men,” reports: “The article states that for some reason transgender-identifying biological male implants, UTX want, to conceive their children or “consolidate their identity but not conceive.”

In other words, as the Examiner notes, the pressure for men (to act as ‘women’ and desire them) to have children is about ‘justice and equality’, but just as ‘progressive’ defined by people who put the wishes and interests of LGBT activists as their top priority – frustrating the overwhelming majority of Americans,

“Trans women”, gender-confused men who wish to live as “women”, insist that they are women. But real women, what the Left has now labeled “cisgender” women, including many radical feminists and self-identifying lesbians, say men can never be women and treat them as such. Treating is a violation of the rights of real women and girls.

Conservatives reacted with predictable outrage to the Examiner report.

Johns Hopkins School of Medicine professor Dr. Martin McCree told the Examiner: “Instead of funding objective medical studies on transgender medicine, the AMA has chosen activist positions on this delicate topic…they’re paying for a study on 10 Why don’t money give -year regret rates of children who undergo transition surgery? What is the suicide rate in those who undergo aggressive hormone or surgical treatment versus long-term talk therapy?

McCree too appeared on Fox News Wednesday for blasting trans-activist pro-medical priorities. When asked by Fox’s Ainsley Earhart whether politically incorrect studies that question “transgender medicine” are being done, she said, “Those studies are not being done. Instead of funding those studies, He has chosen to take an activist position. …and it’s very difficult to do research in this area…because activists have driven a lot of people out of town, proper doctors and objective scientists out of town Recently also, Mayo [Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science] and jefferson [Hospital in Philadelphia] People have been fired up for simply suggesting that we need better research.”

Terry Schilling, President american doctrine projecttold the Examiner: “Our penis is a gift, and workers in science and medicine are not thinking enough about the social problems and effects that would result from introducing this Frankenstein technology to humanity… Shouldn’t waste, including our own dead bodies. But this for-profit industry based on narcissism wants to harm the whole of humanity to achieve its nefarious goals.

AMA opens funding for hysterectomy for men and women

Even though the AMA Journal of Ethics article presents a counter-argument, it opens the door to government funding of UTX procedures for men (claiming to be “women”) as it aims to “support transwomen and transmen’s claims” for financial purposes. comparative moral strength”. Help.”

“No reliable estimates exist on how many transwomen, transmen or ciswomen [normal men who identify with their actual birth sex] Candidates for UTX may be or want to be, and even a rough estimate of what the individual cost to such people may be can only be guesswork, especially since no UTX has been reported in such parties. Has gone. However, the total financial cost of UTX to these parties will likely be lower than the overall total cost to cisgender women because of the comparatively small number of transpersons and also the likely small subgroup interested in this intervention,” the article said. Is.

LGBT men have invaded the space of real women again

And as is typical with LGBT activism, the pro-trans- “female” crusade for UTX procedures supports a real – and rare – female condition that gives rise to demands for uterus transplants by women (not men).

condition is called vaginal agenesisAnd according to the Boston Children’s Hospital website, 90 percent of cases are due to Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser (MRKH) syndrome.

MRKH “is a rare congenital disorder that affects the female reproductive system. This condition is characterized by an underdeveloped vagina and uterus. The uterus may be small or absent and the vagina is usually shortened. People with MRKH have normally functioning ovaries and a female chromosome pattern. MRKH occurs while the fetus is developing and is present in about 1 in every 4,500 women at birth. penmedicine website, “External genitalia and secondary sexual characteristics, such as pubic hair and breasts, develop normally. However, people with MRKH usually do not experience menstrual cycles.

“Due to an underdeveloped or absent uterus, people with this condition cannot conceive and therefore have uterine factor infertility (UFI). UFI also occurs in people who have had their uterus removed surgically or whose uterus does not function properly. UFI is a previously irreversible form of female infertility that affects 5 percent of women of reproductive age worldwide.

The Examiner quotes activist Jacques Biala, an obstetrician-gynecologist and medical scientist at McGill University, who argues that a woman who is born without a uterus and a man who identifies as a woman Begins, ‘if we consider them to have the same claim to motherhood. have equal rights to fulfill the reproductive potential of their gender. And I think we should do that.

Macari retorted, “There are many pressing issues in medicine today – overtreatment, the medical-industrial complex, stagnant cancer research and skyrocketing health care costs.” “It is strange that the AMA is skipping over these larger issues to focus on uterus transplants for transgender people.”

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