House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s New Gender Rules For The House Spark Immediate Outrage

Some of New York’s most prominent female Republicans do not support Nancy Pelosi’s proposal to eliminate gendered language from the official House rules, according to the New York Post.

Rep. Elise Stefanik said, “Instead of reviving the economy, restoring our Constitutional freedoms and delivering results for the American people, Speaker Pelosi has chosen her debut legislation — which would ban words like mother, sister, and daughter.”

“Obviously she is triggered by the historic number of GOP women elected to Congress who will fire Nancy Pelosi once and for all in 2022.”

Nicole Malliotakis said, “There are millions of Americans suffering, our economy is hurting, vaccine distribution is lagging and Nancy Pelosi and the House Democrats are worried about this nonsense. Here’s a gender-neutral word to describe this legislation: ridiculous.”

Proposed changes to the rules of the House of Representatives would “honor all gender identities” by eliminating such specific terms as mother and father, son and daughter, and aunt and uncle.

Instead, only gender-neutral terms such as “parent,” “child,” “sibling” and “parent’s sibling” would be allowed in the text of the House rules.

Kelly Loeffer warned that it was reason enough to vote for her.

“The far-left’s priorities, everyone. If you’d like to still be able to call yourself a father, daughter, mother, or son, vote for me and @Perduesenate on Tuesday.”

“Sincerely, A Proud Daughter.”

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“I’m proud to start the 117th Congress by drafting these historic rules changes,” Rep. Jim McGovern said in a tweet.

Both Pelosi and McGovern continue to use gendered terms to describe themselves on their respective Twitter pages

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