Remember back when everyone knew what biology means: girls have vaginas, boys have penises. Fast forward a few decades later, suddenly society is befuddled by the sex of men and women by trans activists introducing gender identity into the mix.
Transwomen adamantly insist that they get periods, too. I, for one, certainly would like to know how they bleed. All they are experiencing are symptoms similar to having a period, but they definitely do not bleed.
Transmen – who are biological women – say “men get periods too.” Sorry to burst your unicorn bubble, but you are still a woman, even though you present yourself as male. Let me know when your next prostate exam is going to be if you seriously think you are biologically male.
In the UK, children are now taught that boys can get periods, too. This kind of misleading education advocated by trans activists is not only confusing to a child, but is also geared towards recruiting children into the trans umbrella. Such as the 10 year old “drag king” boy who posed with a naked adult drag king.
Even lesbians back in the 50s to present day were not as accepted as this phenomenon of trans acceptance.
The only way men will ever have “periods” is if they suffer from Irritable Male Syndrome, which is a 365 day affair. That is biology; get used to it. Men have little or zero understanding of how periods work, anyways.
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School children will be taught that “all genders” can have periods in new sex education lessons, in a victory for transgender rights campaigners.
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