British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has taken a stand in defense of women’s rights.
Sunak, the leader of Britain’s ruling Conservative Party, pushed back against the radical Left by making a statement that, several years ago, wouldn’t have needed to be vocalized due to it being so glaringly obvious.
During a new interview, Sunak asserted that women do not have penises.
The PM was responding after Sir Keir Starmer, the leader of the UK’s socialist opposition Labour Party, made the stunning claim that some “women” have male genitalia.
“For 99.9 percent of women, it is completely biological … and of course, they haven’t got a penis,” Starmer claimed in an interview with The Sunday Times.
In a subsequent interview, Sunak was asked whether 100 percent of women do not have penises.
“Yes, of course,” Sunak responded.
“We should always have compassion and understanding and tolerance for those who are thinking about changing their gender,” he continued.
“Of course, we should,” he said.
“But when it comes to these issues of protecting women’s rights, women’s spaces, I think the issue of biological sex is fundamentally important when we think about those questions.”
“As a general operating principle for me, biological sex is vitally, fundamentally important in these questions,” he added.
“We can’t forget that.”
As Sunak correctly noted, anybody that took high school biology classes knows that a woman is a human being who has two copies of the X chromosome.
Men, meanwhile, have one X and one Y chromosome.
Chromosomes are thread-like structures that form the DNA molecule in the nucleus of every cell in the human body and cannot be altered.
It doesn’t matter how “woke” a person is, no amount of surgery, pronoun use, censorship, protesting, or drag outfits will ever change this.
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