A Woman Is a Man with a Womb: No Womb = Not a Woman

The UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office suggested in a submission on amendments to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights that “pregnant women” be replaced by “pregnant people.”  The treaty, which the UK first signed in 1976, purports to commit countries to respect the principles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The idea is that the UK government wanted the treaty to be more gender fluid and countenance the idea that a man (i.e., a woman who says she is a man) can become pregnant. “According to The Sunday Times, the government said that the term ‘pregnant women’ could exclude ‘transgender people who have given birth.'”
The insane position of the UK government ignores the fact that only a person with a womb can give birth to a child. Only women have wombs. “Woman” is a compound word for womb and man. Thus if a “person” gives birth to a child, that “person” by definition must be a woman (i.e., a man with a womb). If that man does not have a womb, he is, by definition, not a woman. Men and women are mutually exclusive persons.  A man with a womb is, by definition, a woman (womb + man = woman).  A man without a womb, by definition, cannot be a woman.
Noah Webster, in his 1828 American Dictionary of the English Language, provides us with the key to shooting down the entire transgender perversion. In his dictionary, he provides the following simple introduction to his definition of “woman”:

 “WOMAN, noun plural women. [a compound of womb and man.]”

Thus, in that definition, we find a simple and elegant way to impeach the entire transgender ethos. A woman is indeed a man, but a man with a womb. That is why mankind is a reference to both males and females. Indeed, the Bible states, “God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them.” Genesis 1:27. Thus, males and females make up the entirety of mankind. We call a male a man and a female a woman (a man with a womb).

God made the woman from the rib of a man. “And the rib, which the LORD God had taken from man, made he a woman, and brought her unto the man.” Genesis 1:22.
Mankind can mean both male and female, men and women. E.g., “In whose hand is the soul of every living thing, and the breath of all mankind.” Job 12:10

Thus, all women are men with wombs. It is simple. A man with a womb is a woman. A man that does not have a womb is not a woman. If a male claims that he is a woman, but he does not have a womb, he is proven a liar. If a woman claims to be a man, that is fine, she is a man in the sense that she is part of mankind, but she cannot deny that she is a woman if she has a womb; she is a man with a womb, a woman.

Even our traditional use of language reveals these truths. A spokesman was always understood to include either a male or a female. A man-hole was always considered an entrance for both males and females. Mankind was always understood to include both males and females. Indeed, when addressing a group of people made up of both men and women, people commonly say things like “okay, you guys, let’s go.”

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