President Of The American Society For Reproductive Medicine Has Said Transgender Women 'Will Soon Be Able To Have Babies'

President Of The American Society For Reproductive Medicine Has Said Transgender Women ‘Will Soon Be Able To Have Babies’

I first heard about uterus transplants back in 2014. It was reported in The Lancet, a medical journal, that a 36-year-old Swedish woman was able to successfully conceive after receiving a uterus from a live 61-year-old donor. The baby boy was delivered prematurely at about 32 weeks via cesarean section but was otherwise healthy.

Pretty interesting, right? The 36-year-old woman was born without a uterus, and this surgery gave her a chance to experience pregnancy.

The transplant is intended to be temporary; it should be removed after 1-2 successful pregnancies, so the mother is not taking immunosuppressants for the rest of her entire life.

Science is such a beautiful thing.

But then, of course, people have to ruin it.

Dr Richard Paulson, President of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, insists that biological men could receive uterus transplants and attempt to get pregnant as early as “tomorrow.”

“You could do it tomorrow,” Paulson said. He sees no medical reason why it couldn’t happen.

“There would be additional challenges, but I don’t see any obvious problem that would preclude it,” he continued. “I personally suspect there are going to be trans women who are going to want to have a uterus and will likely get the transplant.”

I call bullshit.
First off, the procedure is still in its trial phase in the United States, and so far only one uterus transplant has been successful.
Second, and this is a big one, all documented trials on uterus implants have been with patients who were born female. How can you possibly make such a bold claim when you have nothing to back it up?

Not everyone shares Paulson’s vision.

Professor Julian Savulescu, a Philosopher and bioethical specialist at Oxford University, said:

“Uterine transplantation represents a real risk to the fetus, and future child. We ought avoid exposing fetuses and future children to unnecessary significant risks. Although technically possible to perform the procedure, you would also need to be very confident the uterus would function normally during pregnancy. Uterine rupture could cause the death or permanent disablement of the fetus.”

Another medical professional that has expressed concern is Marci Bowers, who is both a transgender woman and a gynaecological surgeon.

She told Scientific American that she was concerned about the dangers posed to the fetus from a potentially unstable biological environment and unforeseen risks for the mother-to-be.

“I respect reproduction and I don’t think we’ll ever see this in my lifetime in a transgender women,” Bowers told Scientific American. “That’s what I tell my patients.”

Nora Ralph

Student, worker, and Co-Founder of the #Killstream. You can also catch me on TheRalphretort Rundown.

  • Maintenance Renegade

    Idiocy and madness. I’m not surprised at all a 61 year old foreign uterus didn’t even work properly when transplanted into an actual woman of breeding age and resulted in a premature birth. All the data shows premature babies don’t catch up with those who were carried to term and spend their lives at least a little bit neurologically impaired and physically runty.

    The things the trannies are pushing to do in regards to reproduction and in some cases have done are atrocities. Bad enough that so many “trans-men” keep having vaginal intercourse, get knocked up and then carry fetuses in and even nurse them from bodies artificially pumped full of testosterone. The women athletes in various Soviet Olympic programs who were engaged in less extreme hormone doping for the sake of cheating ended up producing kids with birth defects later on.

    Anyone trying to bear children in this way is as guilty as a mother who drinks or does crack during pregnancy and any scientist who never asks “should I?” but only just “can I?” in this scenario is abominable. This line of research is a cocktail of degeneracy and child abuse.

  • Gigaknight

    “How can you possibly make such a bold claim when you have nothing to back it up?”

    Isn’t that the progressive’s preferred modus operandi? That is, backing nearly everything up with air made hot by their easily excited emotions.

  • Danlantic

    “There ain’t no Bottle in all the world like that dear little bottle of mine.”

    Bottle of mine, it’s you I’ve always wanted!
    Bottle of mine, why was I ever decanted?
    Skies are blue inside of you,
    The weather’s always fine;
    For there ain’t no Bottle in all the world
    Like that dear little Bottle of mine.

    Brave New World, Chapter 5, Part 1, pg. 76

  • Silence Dogood

    Just…. no. Absolutely not. People can live their lives however they wish (so long as they’re not hurting someone, well, without consent anyway), but this is some grade A Frankenstein shit. Plus I’m pretty sure there are plenty of biological WOMEN who would be wellllll ahead of the trannies in line for this. Just saying.

  • Toastrider

    Is that “soon” as in like tomorrow, or “soon” in the software development meaning of the word?

    Cause I’m kinda thinking the latter.

    • Danlantic

      One of the smartest people I’ve met could not be persuaded in 1989 that the Moller Sky Car was a scam. He invested $5000 in it. A few years later Playboy called it an absolute certainty by 2000. HuffPo in 2014 extolled it. Moller promised it would take no more than an ordinary drivers license to operate. Supposedly the FAA would melt away pilots licenses.

      Wikipedia says that as of 2016 it has never flown in free untethered flight. Moller keeps selling off and then gathering more donations.

      I’m off on a tangent but that’s what occurred to me with your 2nd definition of “soon”.

      • Toastrider

        No worries. I think you’re on the right track if not over the target.

        My vision isn’t good enough to see the future — if it was, I’d have bought stock in Apple and Amazon, dammit — so I can’t stand here and say ‘This will never happen.’ But technology, like fine wine, needs maturity to reach its peak performance.

  • Letthemeatcake

    Frankenstein medicine and Nazi experimentation.

  • temmy9 .

    Fuck this Pozworld.