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National Health Service routinely asks pre-teen boys if they are pregnant


A hospital in Scotland is trying out new so-called gender-inclusive language that involves asking biological boys and men between the ages of 12 and 55 if they are pregnant, and referring to biological women as “people with internal reproductive organs.”

In a poster displayed at an NHS Tayside hospital, patients are told that it is the legal responsibility of the hospital to establish whether there is a possibility of pregnancy prior to performing procedures involving radiation; therefore, “irrespective of your gender you may be asked to complete a form about pregnancy before some evaluations.”…

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