Canada denies Trudeau's trans madness: most citizens define people as "male" and "female"

A survey by the Angus Reid Institute revealed that 67% of Canadians reject the idea of using "neutral" terms to refer to people's gender.

A recent survey by the Angus Reid Institute revealed that the majority of Canadians reject the idea of ​​using "neutral" terms to refer to people's gender and prefer to define them based on the two existing biological sexes: male and female.

Canadians were asked whether society should define individuals as male or female or whether this is too limiting and should be expanded to include other identities on a non-binary spectrum. For more than half, (56%), the limited male and female option is preferred.

For 67% of citizens, using so-called "inclusive language" or terms such as "pregnant person" (instead of pregnant woman), " devalues ​​female identity in society."

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The survey also revealed that 34% of respondents support the biological claim that women are only people who were born with female genitalia :

 What is a woman? One-in-three (34%) say it’s only those who were born biologically female,

The National Post reviewed the results of the survey and suggested that the "majority of Canadians (52%) are not on board with a recent spate of Canadian legal reforms upholding the principle of gender self-ID." That is, the changes made by the Government of that country's Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, that allow "the notion that only a personal attestation is necessary for a Canadian to begin living as a member of a different gender".

Against hormone therapy and advertising bombardment

63% of citizens are against children receiving hormone therapy when they say they want to change their sex. Only 21% of Canadians agree that minors can receive trans treatment .

A majority of Canadians also said they believe the media "are overly attentive to stories involving trans issues." 60% stated that the media give "too much attention to these issues" Only 12% "feel more attention is needed:"

Men are by far the most likely group to say that trans issues receive too much media coverage, though a majority of women (52%) and two-in-five (42%) of those who do not identify as male or female agree.