Students enrolled at Edinburgh Napier University (ENU) are now being taught that men can get pregnant and deliver babies through their “male genitalia.”
Yes, western society has reached this point of deranged lunacy.
Midwifery students at Edinburgh Napier University are being taught how to help men give birth, in a guide experts say is “inclusion to the point of nonsense”.
Regulator the Nursing & Midwifery Council told @Telegraph the module has “clear inaccuracies”.https://t.co/P5j2UcqD1O
— Ewan Somerville (@ewansomerville) April 28, 2022
University midwife students taught to care for men giving birth ‘through their penis’ https://t.co/uU2ZpG9cus
— GB News (@GBNEWS) April 29, 2022
The instruction was part of an online module on the proper use of a catheter while providing care for a “pregnant or birthing person.”
“It is important to note that while most times the birthing person will have female genitalia, you may be caring for a pregnant or birthing person who is transitioning from male to female and may still have external male genitalia,” the lesson said.
The Washington Examiner explained:
Several students in the course were reportedly disturbed by the lesson but feared speaking out against “inclusive” class materials, the Times of London reported.
The materials were obtained by the feminist website Reduxx, and they provide detailed instructions on inserting a catheter into a penis.
In a statement to the Scottish Sun, the university said it was committed to upholding the “professional standards” of the Scottish Nurse and Midwifery Council while being “inclusive of all people, including those who identify within the LGBTQ+ communities.”
GB News added:
Feminism news website Reduxx revealed teaching materials from Edinburgh Napier University which state the person giving birth may still have “external male genitalia” after transitioning.
The skills workbook on “catherization” informs students the person giving birth may be a male.
The workbook also adds a trans person who has transition from female to male could give birth through a specially constructed penis.
Elaine Miller a Fellow of the Chartered Society for Physiotherapy, expressed dismay at the contents of the workbook.
She told the website: “It is not possible for a male person to get pregnant.
“A female with a gender difference can become pregnant but will not have male genitalia.”
An Edinburgh Napier University spokesman said it aims to be inclusive for people in the LGBTQ+ communities and will update teacher materials where required.
Concerned students sent pictures of the report to the website over concerns about its messaging.
This comes after a feminist PhD student lost her legal case against a university after claiming she suffered harassment and bullying from trans rights activists.
Raquel Rosario Sanchez, 32, sued the University of Bristol alleging it failed to protect her from the activists, who targeted her over her involvement with campaign group Woman’s Place UK.
She brought a claim against the university for damages in contract, negligence and the Equality Act over the way it handled her complaints about being targeted.