World Health Organization Discovers There Are More Than Two Sexes – Opinion

For those interested in health, here’s a chance to learn of the latest science. The announcement made by an organization was huge.

The World Health Organization has updated its “widely-used gender mainstreaming manual.” Evidently, there’s been a discovery; and it turns a long-standing observation on its head.

WHO’s World Wide Web site states:

[S]The definition of ex does not have to be limited to males and females.

One might expect lesser discoveries in 2022. But apparently, it’s taken multiple millennia on the other side of Noah for experts to understand that sex doesn’t come in twos — at least not where humans are concerned.

The rapid redefinition of sexual science is similar to technological advancements made in the blink of an eye. For thousands of years the earth was relatively primitive. Then, all of a sudden the industrial revolution and the internet and GPS happened. Likewise, there were girls and boys for eons…then pow — a biological-breakthrough Big Bang.

The World Health Organization doesn’t state the science to which it’s succumbed. However, it speaks of sexual politics.

Gender Mainstreaming: A Practical Approach Manual for Health Managers addresses the impact of gender roles, norms, and relationships on health-related behavior and outcomes. It also provides guidance to health sector personnel. It recognizes, however, that gender inequalities are a determinant of overall health and that they interact with other types of discrimination, such as those based on socioeconomic status or ethnicity, place of birth, sexual orientation, age, and so forth. It also provides guidelines for dealing with other health-related discrimination.

The guide was first released in 2011, and WHO “is now updating it in light of New scientific evidence and conceptual progress on gender, health and development.”

A verdict is required by evidence

The review…will build on the extensive work already featured in the manual. The review will be focused on:


  • Update key concepts about gender
  • This article focuses on and expands upon the idea of intersectionality. It examines how different hierarchies, such as those of privilege and disadvantage, interact with gender power dynamics, leading to inequality and differing health outcomes.

Included “intersecting factors”:

  • Sex
  • ethnicity
  • Race
  • age
  • Class
  • Socioeconomic Status
  • religion
  • Language
  • Geographic location
  • Disabled status
  • Status of migration
  • Gender identity and expression
  • Sexual orientation
  • Situation political

As relayed by the release, WHO is “going beyond binary approaches to gender and health.” The purpose: “[t]Gender and sexual diversity are recognized. The concepts of gender identity exist on a continuum. Sex does not only have to happen between men and women.”

For the sake of modernity, WHO will introduce “new gender, equity and human rights frameworks and tools to further support capacity building around these concepts and the integration of their approaches….”

And the group isn’t doing it alone. It’s partnered with the United Nations University International Institute for Global Health.

Many parts of the world are turning a new page. It is now understood that those insisting only women and men are born are pernicious perpetrators of violence. Of course, that distinction must also apply to everyone who lived before now — after all, such a thing as “nonbinary” didn’t penetrate the American lexicon until mere historical minutes ago.

But whatever was said before today, to say anything other than what’s being said now…is unheard of.

The Supreme Court Justice is well aware of the following:

A UC Berkley professor of law is also a good choice:

With all due respect to the World Health Organization, it’s a little late. WHO only recently discovered there were more than two genders. However, others are now able to see the truth and have gone far beyond that.



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