Poll: More than 1 in 5 Democrats believe men can get pregnant

Source: Hot Air

If your phone rang today and a pollster was on the line, how likely would you be to tell them that you agree with the statement, “some men can get pregnant?” If you’re being honest and haven’t recently run short of some important medications prescribed by your mental health professional, the odds are that you’re going to disagree. And if you’re approaching the question in a fashion anywhere near where I’m coming from, you would expect the total number of people who would agree with that statement would be somewhere in the low single digits. But that’s not what the polling firm WPA Intelligence found in a survey conducted toward the end of last month. While virtually no self-identifying Republicans agreed, 22% of Democrats found the statement to be reasonable. There was something even more startling to be found in the cross-tabs of the poll. More than one-third (36%) of white, college-educated female Democrats said they agreed. (Daily Wire)

Nearly one in four Democratic voters believe men can get pregnant, according to a new poll.

The online survey, conducted by WPA Intelligence from August 22-25, found 22% of Democrats agreed with the statement, “Some men can get pregnant.” The percentage rose when only including women, and a whopping 36% of white, college-educated female Democrats concurred.

“Overall, few Americans think men can get pregnant,” said WPAi Managing Director Conor Maguire. “But with 36% of a core Democratic constituency (college-educated white Democratic women) and one out of five Democrat voters believing this, one can see why Democratic leaders coddle the radical gender theory movement.”

This is, of course, nonsensical, and the vast majority of the people answering in the affirmative knew they were lying when they said it. Nobody with at least a room temperature IQ who is past the age of puberty and has taken even the most fundamental, elementary-level health class actually believes that a man can become pregnant. No person without ovaries and a womb can conceive a child. It’s just science.

But the game that’s being played here has nothing to do with science of any sort. None of those people really believe that men can be impregnated but they feel pressured to say they do by the creeping social influence of the transgender movement and the agenda of the activists who relentlessly push it. They insist that gender and sex are somehow different things (spoiler alert: they’re not) and if someone truly believes that they are the other gender, not only should they be allowed to make that claim, but everyone else should be forced to accept it and say it as well.

The sad part of all of this is that WPAI is correct in its assessment of the political realities underlying this debate. If more than a third of college-educated white women are willing to at least say that they believe men can get pregnant (even if they don’t actually believe it), that’s a big enough percentage to have it installed as a plank in the Democratic platform. And the political downside to such a position is essentially nil. Very few who find the idea ludicrous are going to change their vote to the GOP based on this one “issue.” And those who were already leaning toward voting Republican aren’t going to switch up their votes over it either. There are simply too many bigger fish to fry at the moment.

As I’ve been saying since all of the madness broke out, if you are an adult human being capable of making your own decisions and granting informed consent, you can call yourself whatever you want. You can claim to be a penguin and it’s none of my business. If I’m feeling in a gregarious mood, I might even toss you an inaccurate pronoun once in a while just to keep things pleasant. But when you start trying to forcibly change the language of others, that’s when we run into problems.

An even bigger battle awaits when you start trying to destroy women’s collegiate and professional sports by cramming this twisted ideology down everyone’s throats. And don’t even get me started on the medical destruction of healthy children (who are unable to provide informed consent) through the use of foreign hormones, puberty blockers, mastectomies, and genital mutilation surgery. That is child abuse and pediatricians engaging in such practices should be in jail.

With all of that in mind, do try to keep some of this information handy in case your phone turns out to be the next one dialed with this sort of survey. Words and language have power, so consider your words before answering. Think about how you actually sound saying those words to another human being. You already know that such claims are wrong to an insane degree. Is it really worth saying such things just to jump on a political bandwagon?