Skip to content

Seems reasonably simple

If someone stops taking the drugs to get and stay pregnant, then the other accotrements of not taking the drugs would seem to fairly naturally follow.

Transgender men who choose to “chest-feed” their babies should be offered a greater level of support, a royal college has advised in new draft guidelines.

The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) says trans men should be asked about their preferred manner of feeding before their baby is born and those who opt to chest-feed should be offered “chest-feeding support in the same manner as for cis-women”.

17 thoughts on “Seems reasonably simple”

  1. The Meissen Bison

    Because, Boganboy, I’m afraid that women have been abolished in favour of chest feeding transmen or cis-women.

  2. Bloke in the Fourth Reich

    How can you write clinical guidelines for something that is relevant to, perhaps, 1 patient a year?

    You know what will make this go away the quickest – for us to stop allowing it to occupy our brainspace.

    Stop letting leftists dictate the entire agenda for a change.

  3. Seeing as a panel of medical professionals recently failed (or refused) to define what a woman is, how can a man transition into one, and visa versa?

  4. how can a man transition into one, and visa versa?

    I believe it invokes ruby slippers and wishing really hard.

  5. The Meissen Bison


    Yes: wrong word wrongly spelled. Concomitant, perhaps?
    For that matter “Feminism” is an odd category for trans nonsense.

  6. Jeez! You want these people* to successfully breed? Why?

    *Until we can come up with a better word.

  7. @jgh – “good gawd, if it lactates, it’s a BREAST!”

    Even if it doesn’t, it’s still a breast. Men can get breast cancer. A breastplate is a piece of armour – obviously more associated with men than women. I can see no reason to use any term other than “breastfeeding” regardless of whether it’s a man or a woman.

  8. If these beings can lactate, is there any chance of a baby feeding from some hairy man-boob, and then going tonto in later life as a result of this abuse?

  9. “A breastplate is a piece of armour – obviously more associated with men than women.”

    Never heard of Bikini Armour then?…… 😛
    And “breastplate” is a modernism. The peeps that built and wore them had different names for the part.
    If anything, in english it’s chest armour or chest-plate. And quite frankly, in the noble circles that notoriously had use for them, it’d be named “plastron”.
    Because.. y’know.. medieval brit nobility spoke french… English was for the peasants.. /pendant.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *