Leslie Sinclair says he was given a new pre-donation questionnaire during his most recent visit that asked him whether or not he is pregnant. Shocked at the stupidity of such a question for a male donor, Sinclair complained to the clinic staff, only to be told that his blood was no longer wanted.
The new questionnaire is part of a National Health Service (NHS) England "inclusivity" campaign that aims to make transgender "men" feel included as males, even though they were born with female genitalia, which makes them women (Related: Calvin Klein recently ran an ad featuring a "pregnant man").
Sinclair is a natural-born man and has never attempted to become anything else, which is why the question threw him off-kilter. He felt – and rightly so – that being asked to answer such a ridiculous question as a man was inappropriate, and for being politically incorrect his blood was denied.
According to reports, Sinclair immediately walked away after being told that his blood was no longer needed, calling this a "nonsensical" decision, especially since there are people out there in need of healthy donor blood.
"I am angry because I have been giving blood since I was 18 and have regularly gone along," the father of two is quoted as saying. "I'm very happy to do so without any problem."
"There is always a form to fill in and that's fine – they tend to ask about medical conditions or diseases – and clearly that's because the blood needs to be safe. This time around, there was a question I hadn't seen before: 'Are you pregnant, or have you been in the last six months?' Which required a yes or no answer."
"I pointed out to the staff that it was impossible for me to be in that position, but I was told that I would need to answer, otherwise I couldn't give blood. I told them that was stupid and that if I had to leave, I wouldn't be back, and that was it, I got on my bike and cycled away."
Sinclair's wife was also appalled at what transpired, saying she just cannot understand how things got this way in society.
In a statement, the Scottish National Blood Transfusion Center (SNBTS), which is behind the ridiculous new questionnaire, thanked Sinclair for his "commitment over a long number of years," adding that while pregnancy is only a relevant question for biological females, "sex assigned at birth is not always visually clear to staff."
"As a public body we take cognizance of changes in society around how such questions may be asked without discrimination and have a duty to promote inclusiveness – therefore all donors are now asked the same questions," said Prof. Marc Turner, director of SNBTS.
A reader at Natural News commented about the "pregnant man" delusion that this is Satanism, plain and simple. The Baphomet depiction shows a creature with both male and female body parts, the suggestion being that the new "human" made in Satan's image rather than God's image is a transgender abomination.
"Satan's only wish is to destroy all of humanity and to destroy all of human morality through the complete destruction of natural law as created by God," this person added.
"'Come out of her, my children, so that you be not partakers in her sins.' Babylon WILL fall. Get right with God."
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