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World Health Organization Says There Are More Than Two Genders

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THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION updated its gender perspective manual and decided to establish that “there are more than two genders.” For the international body in charge of setting health-related standards, there are no longer only men and women. It is not known what it will call the other genders that, according to its criteria, now exist.

More than two genders according to WHO

The WHO press release states that part of its new findings for inclusion in the manual is that “sex is not limited to men or women.”

The agency stated that it is moving “beyond binary approaches to gender and health to 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.”

The international body also intends to introduce “new gender, equity, and human rights frameworks and tools to further support capacity building around these concepts and the integration of their approaches.”

The World Health Organization has been heavily questioned because it hid the existence of the pandemic from the world in the first months of its appearance and established controversial norms that collaborated with the economic slowdown of countries. Now, it seeks to establish that there are more than two genders despite the fact that even transgender people only “migrate” from one gender to another: from male to female or female to male.

The recent WHO decision adheres to gender ideology messages pushed by progressive movements around the world, ignoring biology and science.

Republicans in Congress have sought to restrict any authority the WHO has, such as Representative Mike Rogers of Alabama, who introduced legislation to call for the United States to permanently leave the organization.

Sabrina Martín Rondon is a Venezuelan journalist. Her source is politics and economics. She is a specialist in corporate communications and is committed to the task of dismantling the supposed benefits of socialism // Sabrina Martín Rondon es periodista venezolana. Su fuente es la política y economía. Es especialista en comunicaciones corporativas y se ha comprometido con la tarea de desmontar las supuestas bondades del socialismo

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