Biden’s HHS imposes trans, non-binary preferred pronoun mandate on all employees

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Joe Biden’s Department of Health and Human Services has instituted a policy in which employees are required to acknowledge their co-workers gender identities and use the preferred pronouns.

The Assistant Secretary for HHS is transgender pediatrician Rachel Levine , who has used the platform of the federal government position to advocate for sex changes for children. Levine said child sex changes, including puberty blocking drugs, cross-sex hormones, and surgeries are “medically necessary, safe and effective.”

An email sent out by HHS, obtained and posted by the Heritage Foundation’s Roger Severino, shows the “streamlined” guidance from HHS. The subject line of the email reads: “HHS Gender Non-Discrimination and Inclusion Policy.”

“Happy National Coming Out Day!” The email begins, acknowledging one of the dozens of specialized days on the annual calendar specifically set aside for the recognition of the LGBTQIA+ community.

“When individuals bring their whole selves to work, all of us at HHS thrive. We want to ensure that HHS continues [to be a] welcoming, supportive environment where all employees feel safe and seen, including transgender and non-binary employees,” it reads.

“Today,” the email continues, “we are proud to announce a new HHS Gender Identity Non-Discrimination and Inclusion Guidance that outlines employees rights and protections related to gender identity.”

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