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Male blood donor turned away after refusing to say if he was pregnant (www.dailymail.co.uk)

Mr Sinclair, 66, was told to fill in a form which asked whether he was expecting a child or had been pregnant in the past six months.

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WillieJonesJr
WillieJonesJr
5 months ago

Well he’s a man, so..

simon
simon
5 months ago

The NHS is truly in on this globalist initiative which is very dissapointing. I’m a blood donor myself and work for the NHS, so doubly concerning for me!!

Last edited 5 months ago by simon
kittyvac
kittyvac
5 months ago
Reply to  simon

Keep us informed about what they’re up to if you can! I know they have been removing ‘woman’ from NHS literature.

Hope
Hope
5 months ago

He answered the question just fine. Twice in fact.

First he said, “Non-applicable” which is an acceptable answer on forms.
Then he said,”That would be impossible.” which clearly is the answer “No.”

But something was wrong with the staff. I think that to them, he looked like he was born a female, and could be pregnant, and they must have just believed he was lying. (Offensive) But why else would they have declined the answers they were given? Because they didn’t believe the answers. So much so that they kicked him away.

I can imagine those forms get lied on constantly. People not disclosing of disease, or drug use, etc.