Medical School Teacher APOLOGIZES For Saying Women Can Get Pregnant

Matt Walsh says in a report from Bari Weiss’s Substack, we learn about the infiltration of gender theory into medical schools. If you cannot differentiate between a man and a woman, you should not be a doctor.

A medical school teacher recently felt the need to apologize for saying a man cannot get pregnant. She said, “I’m very sorry for that. It was certainly not my intention to offend anyone. The worst thing that I could do as a human being is be offensive.”

The offense? Using the term “pregnant woman” in a medical school.

Walsh says, “How revealing is that? Someone who believes that the worst thing you can do, it’s not rape, it’s not murder, the worst thing, it’s not pedophilia, no the worst thing is to offend someone with your words. And he really believes that.”

The apology included, “I said when a woman is pregnant, which implies that only women can get pregnant, and I most sincerely apologize to all of you.”

It won’t be long before you cannot become a doctor or could have your medical license revoked if you hold to the antiquated belief that only a woman can become pregnant!

The foundation for medicine is now increasingly becoming woke as well. We can’t even define a person as male or female or say who can carry a baby. A person has to decide for themselves.

Check it out for the full story now from “The Matt Walsh Show.”

 


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