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Happy ‘Birthing People’s’ Day?

By John Seiler

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The greeting card industry isn’t going to like this. They’re going to have to change all their cards for Mother’s Day, this year on May 8, to Happy Birthing People’s Day.

That’s if they follow the terminology in San Diego Board of Supervisors Chair Nathan Fletcher’s March 1 Agenda Item, which passed unanimously. The content of the item actually was good: Advancing a county Doula Pilot Program to reduced infant mortality.

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According to the American Pregnancy Association, “The doula is a professional trained in childbirth who provides emotional, physical, and educational support to a mother who is expecting, is experiencing labor, or has recently given birth.”

But Fletcher’s Agenda Item referred to “birthing people” instead of mothers, and does so 17 times. It’s one of the latest politically correct fads that distorts our language and politics.

According to the Journal of Mammalogy, there are 6,495 known mammalian species, one of which is homo sapiens. It’s Biology 101 that mammals multiply by the mother of each of those species conceiving, gestating, birthing, and nursing progeny. Mammals do not multiply by binary fission, or asexual reproduction.

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Of the more than 7 billion people on earth today, not one looked up lovingly as a baby and whispered, “I love you, birthing parent.” Instead, it was Mom, Mama, Mutter, Okaachan, Mẹ, Eomeoni, and so on.

The Agenda Item also uses “equity” six times. “Equity” is the new buzzword for socialist redistribution. Whereas “equality” meant treating everyone equally before the law, “equity” means forcing everyone to be exactly the same, in every way.

Thus, the document emphasizes “prioritizing equity.” Its aim is, “To help bring greater doula access to birthing people who are Black, Indigenous, or people of color …” That means the program will slight white mothers—excuse me, “birthing people”—probably guaranteeing a court challenge whose legal costs would negate the money spent on the doula program.

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