Saturday, July 13, 2024

Russian Men ‘Change Gender’ To Avoid Military, Getting Killed in Ukraine

'A man gets up in the morning and decides for himself that he is no longer a man, but a woman ... '

(Dmytro “Henry” AleksandrovHeadline USA) Russian men are reportedly using a trans loophole that allows them to not get drafted and go to war in Ukraine, while Russian authorities try to prevent them from doing it.

Since Russia invaded at the beginning of 2022, Ukraine has lost 193,000 of its soldiers, with additional 570,000 invaders sustaining injuries that are severe enough for them to be sent back home, according to Red State. Those Russian men who were not able to leave the country — like an estimated 700,000 Russians did previously — try to use any possible loopholes to avoid dying in a foreign land.

One of those loopholes is “identifying” as a woman and Russia’s parliament is expected to tighten regulations so that men in the country ant be able to skirt military service pretending to be women.

Even though Vladimir Putin claims to be against the “rights” of sexual deviants, so far Russian laws allow people to “change their gender” based solely on how they “identify,” but the government officials want to change that.

“Amendments will soon be introduced in the State Duma to officially ban gender reassignment without surgery,” the head of the Duma Committee on Family, Women and Children’s Affairs said.

According to Vyacheslav Volodin, the speaker of the State Duma, there have been more than 2,700 cases of the so-called “gender reassignments” over the past few months.

“Decisions can be made in private clinics. A man gets up in the morning and decides for himself that he is no longer a man, but a woman,” he said.

“He goes to a paid clinic – the service costs from 30,000 to 60,000 rubles [between $386 to $772] – receives a certificate and with this certificate goes further to the registry office, to the passport office to change his last name, first name and patronymic.”

Another Russian politician and supporter of the bill, Nina Ostanina, also acknowledged that the war started by Russia led to a rise in so-called “transgender identification.”

“Both the Justice Ministry and MPs have concerns regarding the increasing number of gender-marker changes,” she said. “It seems that many who didn’t have time to escape to Georgia or Kazakhstan hurried to private clinics to complete the necessary paperwork.”

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