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Terms 'girls', 'women' are omitted from NHS Wales guidance on PERIODS (www.dailymail.co.uk)

A website set up by NHS Wales to give advice about menstruation refers to females as ‘people who bleed’ and ‘half of the population’. It has reignited a row about women being erased from health advice.

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marie
marie
1 month ago

I’m so sick of this. They don’t have periods they have wounds from surgery, how stupid

Yourmother
Yourmother
1 month ago

This is so stupid already. A man will never menstruate because he doesn’t have the parts needed to menstruate! If I, a dropout can understand this then why can’t these highly educated people get it?
Or is it because the trans community is on top of the “victim” hierarchy that anything they say goes. And anyone who says a word against them will get thrown in jail and cancelled?
Ugh.

Eee
Eee
1 month ago
Reply to  Yourmother

It’s meant to be inclusive to females to male trans kids. Not the other way around. Everyone forgets about them.

scars
scars
1 month ago

This is basically like 1984’s 2+2=5. They want you to be forced to admit an absolute absurdity because that is how they control you. And they want you to know you are being controlled. It is about total submission and breaking rational thought. If you agree to go along with this, they know that you aren’t a threat. If you’re too weak to fight back against un-scientific declarations about gender identity, you’ll be too weak to fight back on things that really matter. Demoralization and humiliation of the populace by forcing them to parrot the idiotic.

Yourmother
Yourmother
1 month ago
Reply to  scars

💯