Regardless of how you identify, you can now ‘chestfeed’ an infant, no questions asked. The news may come as a shock, but it’s true, per the respectable Center for Disease Control and Prevention

Under the agency’s information section on breastfeeding with special circumstances, you can find information on how transgender parents who have undergone breast surgery can feed their babies – whether they originally had the biological parts of a man or woman. 

A question is provided for CDC website visitors: Can transgender parents who have had breast surgery breastfeed or chestfeed their infants?

Yes, the CDC succinctly answers.

The U.S. government, the supposed leader of the developed world, officially endorses ‘chestfeeding.’ In other words, the government supports men who attempt to force infants to feed off of them. 

While no actual scientific explanation is given, care options are provided, including medication to induce lactation and the option to suppress lactation. 

Megyn Kelly recently brought to light the danger of forcing a man’s body to create an artificial substance to feed a child. 

“It’s deeply offensive and I think it’s child abuse,” said Megyn Kelly of ‘chestfeeding’. “There is no meaningful milk coming out of that nipple… While you could put a very bizarre cocktail of chemicals into you as a man, and for some small amount of “breast milk” to come out, it’s going to be something that’s potentially toxic.”

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When it comes down to it, ‘chestfeeding’ is not about the baby, it’s about the man. The concept furthers the argument that culture has become so self-centered that people are willing to harm other vulnerable populations in order to feel better about themselves. 

At the cost of the confused, potentially sick baby, the government is willing to uphold a mentally ill idea for adults. 

We must ask ourselves, why? 

“Healthcare providers working with these families should be familiar with medical, emotional, and social aspects of gender transitions to provide optimal family-centered care and meet the nutritional needs of the infant,” the website reads.

It’s as if the government is not suggesting but mandating healthcare providers submit to the social and cultural pressures of today’s progressivism. The consistent occurrence is corporations and the government infiltrating society with lies, and degrading women into easily constructed objects – no matter the scientific characteristics.

Is this the voice of the people? 

Science and inclusivity don’t go hand-in-hand, even if the CDC tries to say so. Biology dominates temporary societal sensations, and the CDC is only weakening its stature in the eyes of self-governing, free-thinking Americans. 

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Brianna is a national staff writer at Convention of States Action.