A policeman in Britain has become the first in the country to use two separate male and female identities in the workplace.
Depending on what he feels like, the bloke goes by Callum or Abi when working for the Met Police.
One day he could be a man and one day he could be a woman — and fellow officers are expected to adhere to this and call him what he decides.
He told the Sun: “The first time I walked into a Met building as Abi, I was hyperventilating so much I almost passed out. Abi is a part of me that exists and I want that part to be recognised and validated. I’m still the same person whether I’m presenting as Callum or Abi.”
Despite budget cuts to police new commissioner Cressida Dick pushed through a ‘Bring Your Whole Self To Work’ diversity campaign.
The move has been slammed by recently retired top cop Detective Chief Inspector Mick Neville, who said: “Senior officers constantly complain about lack of funding. But there will always be enough to fill a diversity unit to run crazy schemes like this. Little wonder the public lose faith in the police.”
Those who say they are “gender-fluid” can change at any time to identify as male, female, neutral, or any other “non-binary” identity, and even a combination of man and woman.
Management in the Met Police are encouraging officers to “be themselves” at work as part of the force’s diversity initiative.
Earlier in May, Proud Boys Magazine reported how another British force has dropped the iconic helmets so not to offend transgender officers.
And in April Dyfed-Powys Police in west Wales said they were issuing identical outfits to male and female officers to make transgender people more comfortable.
Referring to staff specifically as policemen or women was also being outlawed, while single sex toilets were being reviewed.
It is part of politically correct changes being made in the Western world, where certain language, actions and expressions are being censored or disposed of to avoid offending people.
In terms of the British police, changes are being made and strange behaviour accepted so a tiny minority of officers’ feelings are not hurt and they feel comfortable in the workplace.
However, it does not take into concern the vast majority of ordinary officers who now have to accept ‘Callum’ can now change between his male and female identity, without question. Officers expressing how they are uncomfortable with the scheme, it is speculated, could be disciplined for “transphobia”.
Generfluidism is part of a hot new trend with young people and some older people and part of the vast transexual or transgender umbrella. The media has also taken the new lifestyle by storm.
A top medical journal lately confirmed there is no scientific evidence someone can be born outwith their determined gender at birth. It essentially rubbishes claims “genderfluidism” is actually exists and is not simply a lifestyle choice or mental illness gender dysphoria.
Last year, The New Atlantis stated: “The consensus of scientific evidence overwhelmingly supports the proposition that a physically and developmentally normal boy or girl is indeed what he or she appears to be at birth. The available evidence from brain imaging and genetics does not demonstrate that the development of gender identity as different from biological sex is innate.”
This would mean the police are unrolling new rules regarding what gender an officer can be, and that they can be both, with complete disregard to the medical and scientific research. The force is appeasing what can only be classed as mental illness so far by medics.
The Daily Caller has analysed the journal.