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Women’s History Museum Honors Three ‘Notable’ Biological Men

'Is it ‘no uterus, no opinion’. Or ‘anyone can be a women?'

(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) The National Women’s History Museum regularly features women’s biographies of historically significant American women.

Recently, however, they have started featuring transgender women instead of biological ones.

According to The Western Journal, biographies of historically significant women—mainly left-leaning—are regularly featured.

Hillary Clinton, Eleanor Roosevelt, Gloria Steinem, Margaret Sanger, Abigail Adams, Amy Coney Barrett, Beverly LaHaye and Phyllis Schlafly have all been featured in the past.

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Claudia Johnson, wife of president Lyndon Johnson, has also been featured.

Athletes and entertainers have also been featured.

Recently, the museum made the decision to feature three men who believe they are women, going by the names Cecilia Chung, Andrea Jenkins and Rachel Levine.

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The best known of these is likely Rachel Levine, the Biden administration’s Assistant Health Secretary. Recently, Levine made comments encouraging people to transition young children.

“There is nothing inherent with being transgender or gender diverse which would predispose youth to depression or anxiety, it is that harassment,” Levine said. “They’re suffering politically-motivated attacks through state actions.”

Cecilia Chung is best known as a civil rights activist for AIDS awareness, gay rights and other social justice topics.

Andrea Jenkins is president of the Minneapolis City Council, along with being a performance artist and poet.

Twitter users were quick to note the obvious issue:

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