I'm a W*man
By Sarah Rodgers
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I am a woman. And the term woman is not a derogatory one. It is slowly becoming one, but it is not.
I don’t care what you identify as. I couldn’t care less. What I care about is how in an effort to be more “inclusive,” we are erasing women.
I am going to keep this short a sweet.
I don’t care what you identify as. But when you refer to me as a birth-giving person and breastfeeding as chest-feeding and when I see boys dressing up as women to follow assaulting bathroom like what happened in Loudoun County, and women aren’t allowed to stand up for ourselves because its “transphobic” that is where I have a problem.
You are erasing women from sports by allowing men to compete. You are erasing us from history and misqouting us like what just happened ACLU did with changing the word woman to person.
You are erasing us and replacing us with men. And why is feminism standing by and encouraging it? I thought feminism was supposed to be for women. It is slowly forgetting women.
Like I said before, I don’t care what you identify as. If you want to be a man, be a man; if you’re going to be a woman be a woman but do not, and I mean do not erase and replace woman.
Woman is not a derogatory term, and it is not an exclusive term.
Next thing you know, we will have to censor the word w*man like we do with curse words.