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Helen Reddy, American pop singer: "I am woman ... ."
What is a woman? That is the question the Daily Caller recently asked all 50 Democratic U.S. senators. Not one could give an answer.
Sen. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn.: "Can you provide a definition for the word 'woman'?"
Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson: "Not in this context. I'm not a biologist."
The battle over the definition of "woman" has played out in bathrooms and locker rooms across the land stand is now being fought in women's sports. The problem is, the latest dose of leftist insanity insists the term "women" includes men declaring themselves to be women, despite any injustices that follow.
Voters are beginning to realize the Democratic Party has abandoned real women by glorifying confused men playing dress-up.
Feminist Democrat: "I am a lifelong, registered Democrat who ultimately feels politically homeless."
It's no coincidence that after sterilizing two generations of women with the birth control pill — leaving them to seek fulfillment in traditionally male domains — there would eventually be confusion on what a woman is and, in turn, on what a man is. Few people in the 1960s could see the far-reaching ramifications of sexual imbalance the pill would engender — no pun intended.
Now that the Left can't even define what a woman is, will real women wake up to what's really going on?
Along with the unscientific gender-fluidity narrative, the Left has created a slew of new terminology — like "cisgender" for real women, "birthing people" for mothers, and "chestfeeding" instead of breastfeeding babies.