If your phone rang today and a pollster answered, how likely would it be that you would tell them that you agree with the statement “Some men can get pregnant”? If you’re being honest and haven’t recently run out of some important medications your psychiatrist has prescribed for you, chances are you disagree. And if you approach the question in a way that I even come close, you would expect that the total number of people who would agree with that statement would be somewhere in the low single digits. But that was not the finding of opinion research institute WPA Intelligence in a survey conducted at the end of last month. While virtually no self-proclaimed Republicans agreed, 22% of Democrats found the statement appropriate. Something even more amazing was found in the crosstabs of the survey. More than a third (36%) of white college-educated Democrats said they agree. (Daily Wire)
Nearly one in four Democratic voters believe men can get pregnant, according to a new poll.
The online poll, conducted Aug. 22-25 by WPA Intelligence, found that 22% of Democrats agreed with the statement, “Some men can get pregnant.” The percentage rose when only women were included, and whopping 36% of white college-educated Democrats agreed.
“Overall, few Americans believe men can get pregnant,” said WPAi executive director Conor Maguire. “But with 36% of a core Democratic electorate (white Democratic women with college degrees) and one in five Democratic voters who believe so, one can see why Democratic leaders are coddling the radical gender theory movement.”
This is nonsensical, of course, and the vast majority of people who said yes knew they were lying when they said it. No one with at least a room temperature IQ, past the age of puberty, and who has taken even the most basic elementary health course actually believes a man can get pregnant. No one without an ovaries and uterus can conceive a child. It’s just science.
But the game being played here has nothing to do with science. None of these people truly believe men can get pregnant, but they feel pressured to say so by the creeping social influence of the transgender movement and the activist agenda that they are relentlessly pushing. They insist that sex and sex are somehow different things (spoiler alert: they’re not) and if someone genuinely believes they’re the opposite sex, not only should they be allowed to make that claim, everyone else should be forced to , they accept it and say it too.
The sad thing about all of this is that the WPAI is correct in its assessment of the political realities underlying this debate. If at least more than a third of college-educated white women are willing to do so to say that they believe men can get pregnant (even if they don’t actually believe it), that’s a large enough percentage to install as a plank in the democratic platform. And the political disadvantage of such a position is essentially nil. Very few, finding the idea ridiculous, will change their vote based on this one GOP “problem”. And those already inclined to vote Republican will not change their votes either. There are just too many bigger fish to fry at the moment.
Like I said, since all the madness broke, if you’re an adult capable of making your own decisions and giving informed consent, you can call yourself whatever you want. You can pretend to be a penguin and it’s none of my business. When I’m in a sociable mood, I might even throw you an imprecise pronoun now and then, just to keep things pleasant. But when you try to forcefully change the language of others, we run into problems.
An even bigger battle awaits when you start trying to destroy women’s collegiate and professional sports by stuffing this twisted ideology down their throats. And don’t even get me started on the medical destruction of healthy children (who are unable to consent) through the use of alien hormones, puberty blockers, mastectomies and genital mutilation surgeries. This is child abuse and pediatricians who engage in such practices should be in prison.
With that in mind, try to have some of this information handy in case your phone turns out to be the next to be voted on with this type of poll. Words and language have power, so consider your words before you answer. Think about how it actually sounds when you say those words to another person. You already know that such claims are maddeningly wrong. Is it really worth saying such things just to jump on a political bandwagon?