Only a few years ago, the news of a baby formula shortage in the country would have been considered as believable as the idea of men having babies. After all, this is the United States, the world’s superpower and economic giant. Surely, there could never be a baby formula shortage, and an actual shortage would be as preposterous as the idea that men could bear children. Yet, here we are, in the bizarro world that is Joe Biden’s America, where men can have babies, but there is no formula available to feed them.
Calvin Klein, the famous fashion company, has entered into the transgender propaganda madness by featuring a “pregnant man” in one of its latest ads, posted on its Instagram page. In case anyone has somehow forgotten basic biology, men cannot have babies — never have, never will. Thinking otherwise contradicts legitimate science and is sheer lunacy. However, this has not stopped deranged, agenda-driven left-wing activists from creating a make-believe world claiming otherwise. But, in this imaginary world, one important question remains that must legitimately be asked: Can pregnant men find baby formula for their children?
The real answer is no, of course. They wouldn’t be able to find baby formula, just like they wouldn’t be able to have babies. No amount of flooding society with radical propaganda could ever change that. And despite the fiction that Calvin Klein is trying to create, no matter how badly left-wing provocateurs try to normalize such perversions, men cannot have children.
That is biology’s rule, not mine. And biology is something the people at Calvin Klein seem hellbent on ignoring. The Instagram post contained a picture of a pregnant “man” with a person presumed to be her wife — though who even knows anymore with the contemporary left-wing habit of destroying everything normal?
“Today, in support of women and mothers all over the world, we’re spotlighting the realities of new families,” the post reads. “Roberto is due to give birth to his and Erika’s son Noah any day now.”
Except Roberto is not a male, but a female who transitioned to have a male appearance on the outside. However, all her organs remain female, as evident by the ability to carry a child in her womb. Roberto can have all the name changes, grow all the facial hair, and have all the mastectomies she wants; none of that changes the fact that Roberto is a she. Because, in case you still haven’t been paying attention, if Roberto were not female, Roberto would not be able to bear children.
“We can reproduce biologically or from the heart … our place is to love and be loved,” a caption over one of the pictures on Instagram reads. But the reality is that we reproduce from a human’s reproductive system and our sexual organs.
Calvin Klein can create whatever fiction it wants in the art for its marketing propaganda. And while it will appeal to the rabid transgender enthusiasts created through years of indoctrination, none of it changes the science of human procreation — no matter how badly these delusional people want it to be true.