Reporter Katie Herzog spoke with a student at the university’s medical school California A system that instructors say is too scary to admit the existence of two different genders because they can be considered transphobia.
A student identified only as Lauren shared her story with Herzog in an article published in Bali Weiss Substack Blog on Tuesday.
“I think the percentage of instructors who are true believers is small. [in woke ideology]But most of them are probably just scared of their students, “Lauren told Herzog.
Lauren claims that in recent months students have circulated many petitions designed “to name and embarrass the instructor” for “wrong speech.”
It caused fear of endangering the patient’s life.
There is a clear link between some illnesses and the gender of the patient, and that basic knowledge is considered essential to potentially identify the illness and ensure timely treatment. I am.
Weiss’s story also cited the example of a trans-gender man who lost his baby because his doctor didn’t know he had transitioned and mistaken his severe abdominal pain for something else.
Professors at top medical schools in the United States say that biological sex is a component and is being bullied to teach students that they apologize for using the terms “male” and “female.” One writer claims
Lauren says that trying to eliminate biological gender differences has real-world implications, as medical conditions often affect biological men and women differently.
In one of Lauren’s classes recorded and posted online, the professor deeply apologized for using the term “pregnant woman.”
“I don’t want you to think I’m trying to imply something, and if you can summon some generosity to forgive me, I’m really grateful for that,” the professor recorded. And it was gained access by Herzog.
“It was certainly not my intention to offend someone. The worst thing I can do as a human being is to be aggressive.”
Lauren, meanwhile, claims that another professor was “very angry” after being called out by students using the words “male” and “female” and weeping.
“Since the recent petition was sent, the instructor has been able to pre-” correct “the slides and send an email to the school mailing list if the terminology of future material is” out of date “. It’s much more aggressive, “Lauren told Herzog.
“Initially compliance is required externally, and eventually instructors are trained to actively crack down on their language.”
In another recording obtained by Herzog, you can hear an instructor saying: ‘Biological gender, sexual orientation, and gender are all components. These are all the configurations we have created.
Reporter Katie Herzog (pictured) talked to Lauren about her story on the Bari Weiss substack.
Meanwhile, a recent graduate of Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York also told Herzoke that the facility was interested in gender and gender.
“Everything was about pronouns,” said the student. ‘[But] It was impossible to push it back without worrying about being banished. ”
The graduate said that many of their peers introduced themselves to patients in their pronoun and sought them in return.
Lauren says that trying to eliminate the differences between men and women has real-world implications, as medical conditions often affect biological men and women differently.
She cites a potentially fatal aortic aneurysm as an example. Men can experience four times as many aortic aneurysms as women, but Lauren said during class that “this very important difference was not highlighted.”
The trainee emphasized how important time is to her and her fellow healthcare professionals, stating that important seconds can be wasted trying to establish the patient’s gender. rice field.
Meanwhile, many medical professionals likewise say that the elimination of biological gender has a negative impact on patients.
“How the male and female members of our species develop and differ genetically, anatomically, physiologically, and with respect to the disease and its treatment is the basis of clinical medicine and research.” An anonymous former medical dean told Herzog.
“Efforts to eliminate or reduce these foundations should be unacceptable to responsible professional leaders.”
Professor Carole Hooven of Harvard University agreed, saying:
“These young people are our future doctors, educators, researchers, statisticians, and psychologists. Ignoring or neglecting the reality of gender and gender differences is our understanding and human health. On the contrary, it impairs the ability to increase prosperity.