Bristol University Moves to Cancel the Word 'Maternity'

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A PhD student at Bristol University has claimed that she was accused of being ‘transphobic’ and referred to human resources for saying only biological women can give birth.

Raquel Rosario-Sanchez a PhD student at Bristol University has begun a sex discrimination and negligence case against the university following her referral to Bristol’s human resources department and being labelled “transphobic” when she said that only biological women can give birth. Rosario-Sanchez was also ordered to apologise, despite being factually accurate in her statement.

The PhD student was also told by another staff member that after removing the words “woman”, “her” and “she” from Bristol University’s maternity policy, those responsible for diversity policies at the university told the staff member that the word “maternity” was “exclusionary” and “problematic”.

Rosario-Sanchez is also taking legal action against the university after they ignored a two year organised campaign of abuse Sanchez experienced from transgender activists after attending feminist meetings that advocated for women-only spaces such as toilets and changing rooms, the Daily Mail reports.

Bristol University also stands accused of ignoring Sanchez’s complaints about biological men using female changing rooms – even after it was reported that some were dressed in men’s clothes and had male anatomies.

Political commentator Sophie Corcoran told Breitbart that Bristol’s “woke” maternity policy is actually “deeply misogynistic and regressive”.

“Banning of the word ‘maternity, is deeply misogynistic and regressive, these universities that try to be woke and just walking blindfolded in the wrong direction. Maternity is a thing, motherhood is a thing, you can’t just take that away”, Corcoran said.

Bristol University has declined to comment on the case due to the ongoing “legal action”, it was reported.

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