Joe Biden's Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is once again pushing a progressive agenda. This time, they are requiring all HHS employees to acknowledge their coworkers' preferred pronouns. Can you believe it?
It all began when Rachel Levine, the Assistant Secretary for HHS, publicly advocated for sex changes for children. Yes, you heard that correctly. She believes it's acceptable to provide children with cross-sex hormones, puberty-blocking drugs, and even surgeries. Unbelievable.
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Subsequently, HHS sent out an email (conveniently leaked by the Heritage Foundation) outlining their new gender guidance. The email's subject line reads: "HHS Gender Non-Discrimination and Inclusion Policy." Quite catchy, isn't it?
The email starts with a warm greeting: "Happy National Coming Out Day!" Apparently, celebrating one's sexual orientation takes precedence over focusing on genuine healthcare issues. But hey, who needs priorities?
The email goes on to discuss creating a "welcoming, supportive environment" for transgender and non-binary employees. Evidently, ensuring everyone feels safe and seen ranks higher in importance than, well, doing their actual jobs.
The email also mentions a new HHS Gender Identity Non-Discrimination and Inclusion Guidance, which is essentially bureaucratic jargon outlining rights and protections for employees concerning gender identity. Because nothing says efficient government like unnecessary paperwork.
Here's the kicker: the guidance also mandates that all employees be addressed by the names and pronouns they use to describe themselves. In other words, if someone wants to be referred to as something unconventional like "zhe" or "they," everyone else has to comply. Talk about catering to the overly sensitive.
HHS even shared a video message in honor of National Coming Out Day, as it appears to be considered a national holiday now. In the video, HHS officials explain why it's essential for employees to use preferred pronouns, even if it contradicts their personal beliefs. Apparently, compelling people to go against their own beliefs epitomizes inclusivity.
In summary, Joe Biden's HHS seems more focused on promoting a radical gender agenda than on their actual responsibilities. It's high time to put an end to this and concentrate on what genuinely matters: providing quality healthcare for all Americans.