Monday, March 18, 2024

U.K.'s National Health Service Asks Patients If They Are A "Goddess, Satanist, or Druid"


Gender-bending has been all the rage in the West for some time now. Intersectionality is as ubiquitous as it is detrimental. Institutions large and small have gotten into the act. The U.K.’s National Health Service, for example, has been asking patients to select from a menu of 12 genders when making hospital appointments. And that’s in addition to choosing from a staggering 159 religions and 10 sexual preferences. GB News reported that “some patients were even asked if they are a ‘Goddess, Satanist, or Druid’ before accessing care.” Gender options include the stale old “male” and “female,” but also “genderfluid, questioning, agender, non-binary, demiboy and demigirl” which are far more interesting.

The list of sexual preferences is also expansive, and includes “pansexual, bisexual, gay, heterosexual, lesbian, queer, questioning, unsure, or asexual,” according to GB News.

Considering gender dysphoria to be “cool” is currently en vogue. DEI is everywhere. But what if your little genderfluid druid needs they’s tonsils removed, for example, and the DEI doctor removes they’s toenails instead? Maybe not so good?

Given the extreme “wokeness” of today’s institutions, it wouldn’t surprise me if queer pansexual satanists receive preferential medical treatment…at least as opposed to straight white Christian males. They check more boxes, you see. And are way more hip and exciting.

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