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Man Rejected at Blood Bank for Refusing to Say If He’s Pregnant

'It is nonsensical and it makes me angry because there are vulnerable people waiting for blood, including children, and in desperate need of help... '

(Headline USA) A Scottish clinic refused to take blood from a male donor after he opted to not identify in a form whether he was pregnant, in the latest proof that woke biology is creating havoc around the globe.

Leslie Sinclair, 66, said that he’s been giving blood since he was 18-years-old and that filling out forms has never been a problem as long as the contents of those forms were reasonable, according to the Daily Mail.

“There is always a form to fill in and that’s fine – they tend to ask about medical conditions or diseases – and clearly that’s because the blood needs to be safe,” Sinclair said.

“This time around, there was a question I hadn’t seen before: ‘Are you pregnant, or have you been in the last six months?’ which required a yes or no answer.”

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He told the staff that he couldn’t possibly answer the question, and the woke science brigade told him that he wouldn’t be allowed to donate blood unless he answered.

“I pointed out to the staff that it was impossible for me to be in that position but I was told that I would need to answer, otherwise I couldn’t give blood,” he said.

Sinclair logically concluded that this whole situation was absurd and left the clinic, according to the Daily Mail.

“I told them that was stupid and that if I had to leave, I wouldn’t be back, and that was it,” he said.

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“I got on my bike and cycled away.”

He also said that he was angry because there are people in need of his blood who will not be able to get it because of this nonsensical desire to include “transgender” people.

“It is nonsensical and it makes me angry because there are vulnerable people waiting for blood, including children, and in desperate need of help,” he said.

Sinclair’s wife, 59, also didn’t understand how it was okay to require a man to answer whether he’s pregnant.

“She just can’t understand it either.”

The decision was made to be more inclusive, because it is not always clear whether someone is pregnant or not, according to Marc Turner, the head of Scotland’s blood donation service.

“As a public body we take cognizance of changes in society around how such questions may be asked without discrimination and have a duty to promote inclusiveness,” he said.

“Therefore, all donors are now asked the same question.”

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