UK Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak, said in an interview with ‘ConservativeHome’ portal that 100% of women do not have a penis In the midst of the intense battle raging in the world over issues of gender perception. A problem that has been in the news in recent months yet Controversy over the incarceration of transgender women in women’s prisons In Scotland, such as the case of double rapist Isla Bryson.
Sunak was immersed in an interview with ConservativeHome last Thursday, when he was asked to comment on the latest Statement by British Labor Party Leader Keir Starmer. who stated that “99.9% of women, of course, do not have a penis.”
In an interview with The Sunday Times, Starmer faced several questions about self-defining gender when he made the comment, and insisted there would be no “rollback” on women’s rights if he were elected prime minister.
“Do you think it’s 100%? Yes, absolutely.”
Sir Keir recently said that “99% of women, of course, do not have a penis.” asked ConservativeHome editor Paul Goodman, the current prime minister.
When asked, Sunak smiled and said he had a “slightly different view than yours on this matter”. In this sense, the Prime Minister admitted: “I have made it clear that when it comes to … this issue, I think the first thing …”. Goodman interrupted: “Do you think it’s 100%?” Sonka replied, “Yes, of course.”
“But I think the first thing to say is that we should always have compassion, understanding and tolerance for those who think about their gender. Of course we should, right? We are an empathetic and understanding society, and we will always remember that,” Sunak said, adding, “When it comes to When it comes to issues of protecting women’s rights and spaces for women, I think the issue of biological sex is fundamentally important when we think about these questions, I’ve said it over and over again.”
Finally, it should be noted that under Sunak’s government, the Minister for Equality, Kimi Badnoch, is currently studying Amendment to the Equality Act, introduced in 2010, that would specifically redefine the term “sex” as a reference to biological sex, a move that would make it legal to ban transgender people from single-gender spaces such as hospital wards.