CNN has gone all in for the anti-science LGBTQ agenda with a report that claims “there is no consensus” that you can tell a baby’s gender even on the day of its birth.
No, really. CNN says you can’t “assign” gender to a baby at birth!
CNN posted this absurd claim on Tuesday, saying:
Though the two executive orders signed by Noem do not explicitly mention transgender athletes, they reference the supposed harms of the participation of “males” in women’s athletics — an echo of the transphobic claim, cited in other similar legislative initiatives, that transgender women are not women. The orders also reference “biological sex,” a disputed term that refers to the sex as listed on students’ original birth certificates.take our poll - story continues below
It’s not possible to know a person’s gender identity at birth, and there is no consensus criteria for assigning sex at birth.
Twitter erupted with ridicule of the anti-science story from fake news CNN.
— (Stephanie) Slade (@sladesr) March 30, 2021
Why do they always feel the need to editorialize in news? No consensus criteria for assigning sex at birth? 😂
What does this boy genius consider chromosomes and genitalia? How does the reporter think determinations have been made so far? Lucky guesses?
— Closeted News Junkie (@NewsCloset) March 31, 2021
“There is no consensus criteria for assigning sex at birth”
There, in a nutshell, is why I turned off CNN and peak woked a few months ago. The cognitive dissonance was too much. They are hiring imbeciles and letting them run wild. The lunatics have taken over the asylum.
— Dialogia (@Dialogia2) March 31, 2021
Tim is, of course, entirely correct about CNN and that ridiculous "news" story. One minor note about language though: We don't "assign" sex–we recognize and acknowledge a natural reality. I recognized my son is a boy–I didn't assign it. "Assign" implies convention/choice. https://t.co/rbv4IsHLy5
— Ryan T. Anderson (@RyanTAnd) March 31, 2021
Actually, there is a scientific consensus for “assigning sex at birth.” It’s called observation, coupled with a basic understanding of mammalian and human biology.
— Ed Morrissey (@EdMorrissey) March 31, 2021
From @CNN. 🤦♂️
Genitalia. Observing genitalia is the consensus criteria for determining one's sex at birth. It is inaccurate only about 0.018% of the time. That's approximately the same likelihood that a coin will land on its edge when flipped.https://t.co/sKf4uhcIrk pic.twitter.com/d3hMKTAiyL
— Colin Wright (@SwipeWright) March 31, 2021
What a joke.
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