But what if the 61 year old male identifies as pregnant?

Men are being asked if they are pregnant before undergoing scans at NHS trusts in England, it has emerged.

Male cancer patients and those having X-Rays and MRI scans are being asked if they could be expecting after the Government removed the word “female” from the law governing the medical procedures and replaced it with “individuals”.

The Walton Centre NHS Foundation Trust, in Liverpool, now asks “ALL patients under the age of 60, regardless of how you may identify your gender”.

That it’s stupid isn’t going to stop them now, is it?

22 thoughts on “But what if the 61 year old male identifies as pregnant?”

  1. Steve across the Pond

    So… People in the medical profession are required to ask biological males if they are pregnant? Maybe someone should print up some flyers on male and female anatomy to hand out. Actually, that would be quite amusing.

  2. Are the medical professionals really required to ask, or are they just failing to apply even a milligram of common sense?

  3. So when the bloke in a frock proudly answers in the affirmative must the medico concur with the fantasy?

    After all if humans are legally compelled to ignore self-evident biological truths why shouldn’t MRI scanners be held to the same standard and provide results showing what should be there rather than the evidence of their electronic lying eyes.

    See just here Miss Nineoclockshadow, it’s twins (well why not?). .

  4. I’d be fascinated if a white haired old bloke like myself was asked if I was pregnant. It would prove beyond all doubt that there are people stupider than me.

  5. The medical establishment collaborated to exaggerate the deadliness of Wuflu, the medical establishment promoted an untested useless and possibly harmful experimental gene shot: why shouldn’t they be on board for replacing biology with “feelings”? Actual science-based medicine where one can ask questions and look at all data, was killed in Feb 2020 and it’s practitioners vilified however eminent their preWuflu reputations.

  6. Harry Haddock's Ghost

    I’m not sure someone who doesn’t understand the role of the X and Y chromosomes should really be practicing medicine.

  7. Why do we allow ‘professional people’ to ‘practice’ medicine anyway? I’d hope whoever is going to shove something up someone else’s somewhere would have done all the practice they needed on a dummy or something.

    Ljh +100 (although it began many years before that in climate ‘science’).

  8. Bloke in North Dorset

    I’d be fascinated if a white haired old bloke like myself was asked if I was pregnant. It would prove beyond all doubt that there are people stupider than me.

    This nearly white haired old bloke is going to complain of ageism if he doesn’t get asked.

  9. Addolff: and before that, the ozone layer, and before that acid rain, and before that Paul Ehrlich and the Club of Rome, enabling and legitimising the expansion of the unelected unaccountable technocratic state.

  10. Are the medical professionals really required to ask, or are they just failing to apply even a milligram of common sense?

    I suspect, as is almost always the case, government stupidity – ie removing the terms male and female – is being reinforced by people who know it is all bollocks but have been told that ignoring the law/guidelines/whatever will lead to them being sued by some tranny mentalist. And they might have a point; you can’t trust a British judge to deliver a common sense or reality-based verdict.

    The government is at fault for changing the law. It doesn’t surprise me that it has done so. The plastic Tories are about as conservative as a hairy arsed bloke in a frock is a woman.

  11. Me, a late thirties bloke walks into a scan.
    If some Muppet asks me if I’m pregnant, I’ll walk right back out again.
    If the morons are so stupid as to not be able to realise that I’m a man and thus can’t get pregnant, then I have zero faith in their ability to deal with any medical issues.
    Even if some pencil pusher diversity moron puts it on the form that has to be filled in, I would expect any medical “professional” with any common sense to just tick the “no” box…
    Unfortunately we live in Clownworld so…

  12. allthegoodnamesaretaken

    I’m really torn as to the correct response:

    1) Fuck off
    2) Yes (just to watch them panic as they realise they have to go along with my fantasy)

  13. According to Herodotus, the mighty Pharaoh Sesostris successfully fought his way through Asia Minor and Europe and, wherever the locals failed to put up sufficiently impressive resistance, erected a free statue of a vulva in their capital to remind them how they fought like women.

  14. Hang on. Under 60? There have been ‘individuals’ over 60 who have become pregnant via IVF.

    The best riposte would be just to say that you think you might be because you’ve not menstruated within the last two months and could you take a pregnancy test to be absolutely sure…

  15. “But what if the 61 year old male identifies as pregnant?” – the NHS admins must constantly be surprised that this demographic doesn’t lead this metric with their typically male risky behaviour and reluctance to be formally trained.

  16. To be fair, there are a lot of 60 year old males that look like they could be pregnant.

    Prodnose: Are you pregnant? When is the baby due?

    61 year old male: Any day now, I’m 20 years along. A few more beers should help it along.

  17. So if a male who identifies as female says they are “pregnant” and they don’t get the appropriate scan and some deformity or disease is not spotted then who do they complain to? The hospital for not ignoring their silly answer or the “pregnant” male?

  18. Just say that you’re not sure as you haven’t been taking the contraceptive pill. It is then up to them whether they take your remark seriously or otherwise.

    Off topic, MrsBud and I have booked our flights to the UK from the oppressive penal colony and have already booked a week in West Bay.

  19. That “are you pregnant?” thing has been on dutch standard intake/anamnesis forms for as long as I can remember. Including the “are you sure? y/n” and “can you provide proof of the above” for the more invasive stuff ( including serious x-raying and the like.)

    Usually my MD deals with that one with a “Unless you manage to surprise me…? I guess not?” type of quip. And fills the third question as “male”.
    It’s just a thing on the first two pages before you get to the tedious elaborate bits where you had to answer “yes” before..

  20. DocBud, I hope you and your wife enjoy your trip away from the land of lash and Logan. Not to mention Palaszczuk. I’m sure Annastacia will be appalled at your burning of fossil fuel.

    Have fun.

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