Males are born violent. We know that even before birth, a male fetus in the womb will punch and kick his mother without her consent which often results in lifelong trauma for the woman, who is nothing more than a non-consensual victim in his assault.
I consulted non-binary gender studies scientist Dr. Fran Nomak PhD, from the Women’s Health Research Institute in Upstate New York on ways we can prevent toxic masculinity and the violent men it causes.
“Well Anita, the first stage, is of course selective abortions of the white male fetus involved. We can tell long before an ultrasound if the baby is going to be male or female from a simple test and while I’m not suggesting we abort all male babies, I’m just saying if the baby is a white male in the interests of diversity this would be the best time to opt out.”
“In states where abortion is hard to facilitate, finding a house with a steep flight of stairs together with a bicycle helmet is another good option.”
“If it’s too late for that, and you intend to raise it, then very early intervention with Delestrogen treatment, which is an injectable form of estrogen is recommended, and it’s available from most Mexican pharmacies online.”
“Dosage varies, but we agree with Tumblr that up to 240mg per week of estrogen for a nine year old boy is acceptable. Gender Studies scientists have experimented on boys aged under nine and found that any more than that can cause tissue growth of external ovaries and subcutaneous breast tissue, so we try to keep childhood disfigurements to a minimum.”
“It’s about finding the right mix for the mother and child, and realising that all children are non-binary, and just giving boys a small helpful push in the right direction using injectable estrogen for a minimalist sex alteration.”
“If he protests? Well that’s where discipline is required. Use of a dark cupboard or even a coffin bought at Walmart, sending him to school wearing a dress, or putting his dog to sleep in front of him and telling him it’s all his fault are all viable options recommended by most feminist think tanks”.
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