The English political body has changed its internal policy to remove all mentions of the word "mother" in reference to its employees. Instead, from now on, all mothers will simply be called "parents" to avoid using female-specific language.
The new GMC guidance stipulates that the term "surrogate mother," for instance, will now simply be called "surrogate parents." The GMC's maternity document was also changed to state that the "GMC offers maternity to all colleagues going on maternity leave," including surrogate "parents."
Concerning the GMC's menopause advice, this was also changed to include not just women. The GMC now says it "will work proactively to make adjustments where necessary to support individuals experiencing the menopause," the suggestion being that men can also experience the menopause.
"The decision by the GMC to obscure the fact that only women have babies is ideologically driven, medically inaccurate and unhelpful to women and babies," complained Heather Welford from the maternity action group With Woman about the GMC's changes. "It moves away from the drive for plain English and makes medical literature unclear."
"For medical professionals, the sex of a person is salient to their health care. Reputable organizations such as the GMC should not be changing language on a population level to pander to ideologically driven pressure groups," she added.
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These changes at the GMC come on the heels of other recommendations by pro-LGBT groups to rename female anatomy as well to avoid being female-specific.
Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust, as one example, altered its glossary of terms in partnership with the LGBT Foundation to no longer call female reproductive anatomy a "vagina," but rather to instead call it a "bonus hole," or a "front hole."
"It is important to check which words someone would prefer to use," Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust insists in its "Language to use when supporting trans men and / or non-binary people."
Another change the group made is to add new made-up words like "microaggressions," "misgendering," and "deadnaming" to the lexicon to allow anti-white racists and transgenders to claim "hate crimes" whenever someone else uses real words and terms that offend them.
"Remember, everyone makes mistakes from time to time," the guide goes on to state, adding that it is "important that you acknowledge them, correct yourself, learn from them, and move on."
Funded by British taxpayers, Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust was described in 2019 by Baroness Susan Williams, the then-Minister for Equalities who is now Chief Whip for the government in the House of Lords, as one of a number of LGBT groups doing "incredibly important" work within the Government Equalities Office to promote "the advancement of equality in the UK."
"It's a concerted effort to ignore the existence of women," claimed one GMC employee to The Telegraph about the changes. "Well, I am a woman."
"It's not appropriate for a medical organization to ignore biology. They should stick to science. People are worried about putting their heads above the parapet ... They are having the organization's 'woke' ideology forced on them. It's not right."
"By rewriting its maternity policy to be gender neutral, the GMC is sending a hostile message to women in medicine," added Helen Joyce, director of advocacy at the campaign group Sex Matters.
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