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The World Health Organization is updating its “widely-used gender mainstreaming manual.” There's an unexpected discovery, and it flips a long-standing problem onto its head without any explanation.
According to WHO on the internet:
Sexual orientation isn't just for males or females.
One could have expected fewer discoveries in 2022. However, it's been many millennia from the opposite part of Noah for scientists to realize that sexuality doesn't happen in twos—at least, not as far as humans are concerned.
Better to be late better late than never.
The swift resurgence of sexual science appears similar to the recent technological advances that have been made in the eye's blink. For thousands of years, our planet was relatively primitive. Then, suddenly came the industrial revolution, the Internet, and GPS. Likewise, there were girls and boys for eons…then pow—a biological-breakthrough Big Bang.
The World Health Organization doesn't state the research it has done, however it does make mention about sexual politics:
The Gender mainstreaming for Health Managers: A Practical Approach manual explores the ways in which gender norms, roles, and relations impact health-related behavior and outcomes, as well as the health sector's responses. It acknowledges gender inequalities are an interconnected aspect of health that is a factor that can be used alongside other kinds of discrimination due to factors such as age and socioeconomic status, as well as the place of origin or ethnicity or sexuality. The manual provides a framework to address other forms of discrimination based on health.
The guide was released in the year 2011; WHO is “updating it in light of new scientific evidence and conceptual progress on gender, health and development.”
A verdict is necessary if evidence is found:
The review… will take advantage of the substantial work previously described within the book. It will be focused on:
- Refreshing key concepts about gender
- Highlighting and expanding the notion of intersectionality that examines how gender power dynamics interplay in conjunction with the other systems of power and disadvantage, leading to inequality and health outcomes that differ for different people
A few are these “intersecting factors”:
- socioeconomic situation
- Geographic physical
- Disability status
- Migration status
- gender identity and expression of gender identity
- Sexual orientation
- political environment
As stated in the press statement, WHO is “going beyond binary approaches to gender and health.” The goal: “[t]o recognize gender and sexual diversity, or the concepts that gender identity exists on a continuum and that sex is not limited to male or female.”
To ensure the modernity of our world, WHO will introduce “new gender equality, human rights and equity frameworks and tools that will further assist in the development of capacity around these concepts as well as an integration into their methods ….”
The group isn't doing on this on its own. They're collaborating together with United Nations University International Institute for Global Health.
The majority of Earth is turning an entirely new leaf. In the present, people who claim that only two genders are born are thought as perilous perpetrators of violence. Of course, this distinction should also be applicable to all who lived before since there was no such thing as “nonbinary” didn't penetrate the American dictionary until just a few moments ago.
However, whatever was said before today, to speak of anything different from what's being discussed now… is not commonplace.
A Supreme Court justice is aware:
An Berkley law professor as well:
All due respect to the World Health Organization, it's somewhat late. WHO has just discovered that there are more than two genders and others have come to this realization and are soaring even further.