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Science is dead

Why? When colleges can do studies like this one: Does your organization use gender inclusive forms? Nurses’ confusion about trans* terminology You know that science is dead. It was paid for and conducted by San Francisco State University. The conclusion of the study (as if you can’t guess) was:

Results: Only 5% reported use of gender inclusive forms, 44% did not know about inclusive forms, 37% did not understand what a gender inclusive form was and 14% confused gender with sexual orientation.

Conclusion: The study demonstrated a critical need for education in gender identity and sexual orientation terminology.

Relevance to clinical practice: The lack of understanding of concepts and terminology may affect basic care of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender patients especially those who identify as transgender.

The fusion of science and politics. I would suggest that science is dead. This is also why tuition is so high. They need to pay for stuff like this.

5 replies on “Science is dead”

Gender Pretenders, are that.
Gender. Pretenders.
And all they can ever be.
No matter what ya cut or add.
Chromosomes, dont lie.

The Land of Make Believe

Funny, I just got an email from ENA asking me to participate in this study, or one like it. Email was so full of BS language it made my head hurt. And of course, the author listed her pronouns.

” 14% confused gender with sexual orientation.”

“The lack of understanding of concepts and terminology may affect basic care of lesbian, gay, bisexual”

I’ll admit I’m among the confused and uninterested, but it sounds like the conclusions are confused as well. If gender and preference are different, how can the people not understanding the difference hurt the ones with preference?

I seriously don’t get this stuff, and I wish the people who claim to had some real problems to deal with rather than ones they had to make up.

In the 80s, we didn’t fall into a patient’s delusions. When I hear all these various non-science names, delusion falls to the top of the list.

I had a patient several months ago who insisted he was a unicorn. I told him that I wasn’t bleeding to see him as my medical license was for humans only, that he would need to see a vet. I made sure no emergency condition then wished him well and ended the visit. He didn’t say a word. I don’t think he expected my response.

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