2018 is an interesting time to be a Democrat. It seems that the left has completely abandoned science in favor of doing and believing whatever makes them feel good inside. Men can be women if they want. Women can be men. Anyone can get married. White people can pretend to be black. Black people can pretend to white. There are a million different genders. Etc. Don’t agree? Then you’re a bigot.
If you think the left is taking the whole transgender thing a little far, you’re correct.
If you aren’t convinced, check out what they are up to now.
From The Daily Wire:
The Left is praising the use of domperidone on a male-to-female transgender individual who was given the U.S.-banned drug to induce lactation and exclusively breastfeed his child.
“It’s a dream come true,” boasts Bustle’s Romper.
As you can probably guess, this is very dangerous.
Domperidone has been banned in the U.S. by the FDA since 2004. “The serious risks associated with domperidone include cardiac arrhythmias, cardiac arrest, and sudden death. These risks are related to the blood level of domperidone, and higher levels in the blood are associated with higher risks of these events. Concurrent use of certain commonly used drugs, such as erythromycin, could raise blood levels of domperidone and further increase the risk of serious adverse cardiac outcomes,” says FDA.gov.
So there you have it.
Liberals are now praising men who try and become women for doing something completely unnatural.
Here’s more on the ‘dream come true’.
As the world rang in a new year on Jan. 1, two medical professionals quietly announced they had made what was once an impossible dream a clinical reality. Thanks to the work on induced lactation in transgender women by Dr. Tamar Reisman and nurse practitioner and program manager Zil Goldstein at the Mt. Sinai Center for Transgender Medicine and Surgery, a transgender mother was not only able to breastfeed her child, but to be the baby’s exclusive food source for its first six weeks of life. This is incredible news for families. As Reisman tells Romper by email, creating a standard of care that supports breastfeeding in transgender mothers is key to ” building happy, healthy, transgender families.”
While trans women have experimented for years with methods to induce lactation, usually using drugs like domperidone on a DIY basis, Reisman and Goldstein’s case report, published in Transgender Health, is the first time medical professionals have worked toward the same goal and published their results in a medical journal.
To Madeleine Bair, an undergraduate at UCLA and a trans woman, that’s not surprising.
“Medical issues that affect trans people are often understudied or ignored completely,” she tells Romper. “Mt. Sinai is doing a lot of interesting work, as is Dr. (William) Powers out of Michigan.”
“But I find that studies like this are the exception to the rule. So, most trans health care ends up being crowdsourced from other trans people,” she says. “We educate each other so we can empower each other to take back our own medical agency.”
This is the world we live in folks.
[Note: This post was written by Andrew Mark Miller]