It may be time to rename International Women’s Day, which was organized in 1909 to commemorate the cultural, political and socioeconomic achievements of women.
Face it. The term “women” has fallen into disfavor. It’s discriminatory.
According to the ACLU, the term “women” isn’t gender neutral.
Women today must be called “cisgender” or “people with a gender that aligns with the sex they were assigned at birth.”
Don’t dare to question the innate femaleness of a male who identifies as a woman. She also can compete on a collegiate woman’s swim team, even if her 6-foot, four-inch body towers over her biological female counterparts. And she can use the locker room if she has not undergone sex reassignment surgery. She is a woman.
Along with the term “women,” it appears the term “mother” also is going the way of fireman and actress.Continue reading “International Cisgender Day?”