The world is moving backward with its ideology…
After a 66-year-old man failed to indicate on a transgender ideology-inspired official form whether or not he was pregnant, he who habitually donates blood has had his donation refused.
In the last five decades, Leslie Sinclair has been a committed donor who has given over 100 pints of blood, but he was recently turned away from donating blood for refusing to answer if he had been pregnant.
On his most recent trip to the Albert Halls clinic in Stirling, Scotland, Sinclair was prohibited from donating after he refused to answer a question on a form asking if he was pregnant. As a man in his 60s, the question is nonsensical in many ways.
Sinclair told the Daily Mail:
“I indicated to the staff that I could not be in this position, but they told me that I must answer, otherwise I would not be able to donate blood. I told them that it was stupid and that if I had to leave I would not come back and that was it, I got on my bike and left.”
Male blood donor who refused to say if he was pregnant turned away https://t.co/oQQtNrc6sW WTF is going on, am I living in the Fekking Twilight Zone!!
— David John Eason (@D531320) June 18, 2022
The Mail reported that all potential donors are being asked the question in order to “promote inclusiveness” and because pregnancy is “not always visually clear”. The United Kingdom’s National Health Service is trying to encourage blood donation amid a shortage, and the Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service recently mounted a campaign to recruit 16,000 new donors.
The national health policy states that pregnant women or those with a baby not yet six months old are not allowed to give blood.
Sinclair argued that there had never been an issue with donating blood, something he has done for more than four decades and common sense should prevail on the pregnancy question. According to Sinclair, he began donating blood when he was just 18.
“It makes no sense and makes me angry because there are vulnerable people who are waiting for blood, including children, and are in desperate need of help. But they were denied my blood because of the obligation to answer a question that cannot be answered.”
“They were denied my blood because of an obligation to answer a question that cannot be answered,” he said.
While this is happening in Europe, it is only a matter of time before this becomes standard practice in the United States.
This year at Michigan State University, graduates were given more than a dozen options to identify their pronouns and gender on a graduation form.