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October 20, 2023
Michigan Senate Votes To Strip ‘Woman’ Out Of Breastfeeding Law, Giving Chestfeeders Another Win
Over half of the Michigan State Senate does not know what a woman is. Or at the very least, they are trying to erase women from the law. Which may even be worse.
The Michigan state Senate voted on legislation that stripped references to “woman” and “she” from a 2014 breastfeeding law, according to The Midwesterner.
No, lawmakers did not have anything better to do.
You know, because the truth hurts and you would not want to hurt someone's feelings, or whatever.
The 2014 Public Act 197, defined a right to breastfeed in a public setting. It prohibits “discriminatory practices, policies, and customs in the exercise of the right to breastfeed.”
Democrat state Sen. Jeff Irwin introduced a bill extending the law and updating it to include pumping breast milk which also replaced female references with “individual.”
According to the outlet, the Senate Journal showed state Sen. Michele Hoitenga (R) offered an amendment to reverse the changes: “I must admit this is not an amendment I ever thought I’d have to offer in this Legislature,” Hoitenga said.
Irwin wanted Hoitenga’s amendment defeated because his bill was “not about some twisted culture war,” he claimed.
“As far as I’m aware, women—specifically mothers—are the only people who can breastfeed or pump milk. Yet, for some reason, this bill removes the words ‘woman’ and ‘she'” and changes these proper terms to ‘individual.’ My amendment will simply specify that this bill related to producing breast milk respectfully applies to women. Thank you, and I ask for your ‘yes’ vote.”
Hoitenga’s amendment, which would have kept the bill exactly how it was written except for adding “women” and “she” back in, was voted down in a party-line vote.
“Senate Democrats took a relatively non-controversial policy bill, a bill extending the right for women to breastfeed in public to also include pumping breast milk, and made it controversial by replacing the word ‘woman’ with ‘individual,'” Jeff Wiggins, spokesman for Senate Minority Leader Aric Nesbitt, told The Midwesterner.
Was this not the state that so proudly “followed the science?”
It turns out they meant “political science.” Which is what Democrats always mean when they say “science.”
If they are not women, what are they? Feeders? What a total joke.
What did Democrats call their “moms” growing up? Did they say, “Hey Chest Feeder, I just threw up?” Obviously not, since that would be the most dehumanizing and disrespectful thing you can say to someone who literally gave you life.
Do any feminists want to take up this one? No? Thought so.
On the bright side, Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders signed executive order removing ‘woke’ language from Arkansas state documents.
“Enough trying to erase women and girls,” the governor said yesterday when she signed the legislation. “Enough trying to erase our biological differences from men.”
At least someone gets it.
As Geroge Orwell put it, “But if thought corrupts language, language can also corrupt thought.”
Words have meaning. And when you go and change definitions or erase words like “women” it truly comes off as misogynistic. It was a man after all who introduced this bill. It is men who make up the majority in the state senate.
I see nothing more than a bunch of misogynistic activists parading around Michigan as lawmakers.