The woke Poem Dedicated to the beautiful bonus holes
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I wish to sing praises, both true and precise,
But in this age, even love pays the price.
Words, once warm, now a potential snare,
A misplaced phrase, and the world might glare.
In jest we may laugh, but some words might belie,
A “bonus hole”, a spectrum of hues,
Yet one misstep, and love’s tale is awry,
You’re a “chest feeder”, a “baby giver”, so true
Now, before we delve into this romantic ballet,
Would you sign this NDA, if I may?
It’s a space we create, to laugh and to play,
Without tomorrow’s regrets leading us astray.
In a world where intent can easily fray,
Where romance can be viewed in shades of gray,
With care, with humor, with love’s earnest goal,
Let me tread softly, around your beautiful hole.
Oh baby you’re a beautiful bonus hole
Yeah a beautiful chest feeder
mmm I’m getting a little hungry baby
beautiful bonus hole
And the way you swagger
You’re a baby giver
I want to be woke for you
Oh you make me so woke
Oh Bonus hole
This satirical poem is an attempt to use today’s “woke” terms and ideas to capture what would otherwise be an old fashioned love song wooing a woman, which would be utterly misogynistic exhibiting male toxicity, after all calling a woman sexy because of her alluring figure is utterly misogynistic and objectifying. Maybe this isn’t satirical after all.
The Term “Bonus hole” went viral after it was suggested the term “Bonus hole” should be used instead of “vagina” to distinguish between biological women and trans-women.
A charity faced backlash after suggesting the term ‘the bonus hole’ be used instead of ‘vagina’ to be more inclusive to non-binary and trans men. Critics labeled this terminology ‘misogynistic’ and ‘dehumanizing.’ The charity, Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust, included this suggestion on a page for healthcare professionals. They clarified that it wasn’t meant for all women but aimed at reaching trans men and non-binary individuals. However, the ‘bonus hole’ and ‘front hole’ terms, developed with LGBT organizations, received widespread condemnation.
Caroline Ffiske, founder of Conservatives for Women, raised concerns about promoting body disassociation and alienation. Kellie-Jay Keen, founder of Standing for Women, criticized it as erasing female language.
In response to the controversy, the charity emphasized that the guide was intended for healthcare professionals supporting trans men and non-binary individuals with cervixes, aiming to ensure their participation in cervical screening. Read more about it here Daily Mail UK
Chest feeder baby giver
Midwives at Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals, part of Britain’s NHS, are now adopting a “gender-inclusive language policy.” This means several changes, including:
- Referring to maternity departments as “perinatal services.”
- Replacing “mother” with “mother or birthing parent.”
- Using “chestfeeding” instead of “breastfeeding.”
- Using terms like “human milk” or “breast/chest milk” or “milk from the feeding mother or parent” instead of “breastmilk.”
- Replacing “woman” with “woman or person.”
- Referring to fathers as “parent,” “co-parent,” or “second biological parent.”
Despite the fact that less than 1 percent of adults in England identify as transgender, and nearly 50 percent are female, the Sussex maternity department justifies this policy by aiming for inclusivity, not only for pregnant women but also for pregnant trans, non-binary, and agender individuals. They describe their approach as additive rather than neutral.
Critics, including trans-skeptical feminists, argue that this language manipulation erases women’s distinct identity and needs. While language itself cannot change reality, it can influence it through human beliefs and behaviors, as George Orwell noted.
This tactic of controlling language mirrors totalitarian ideologies. Terms like “misgendering,” “cis-privilege,” “cisgender,” and “dead naming” have been used effectively to deter people from using biologically precise language in important contexts. The intrusion of such language into publicly funded healthcare is a concerning development. Read more it here National Review Women and Mothers Aren’t ‘Chestfeeders’ February 11, 2021 7:34 AM
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