Posters featuring the hugely-controversial ‘genderbread person’ could be rolled out across an NHS trust.
The diagram is used to illustrate the difference between gender identity, expression, sex and sexual orientation.
But critics say it’s ‘unscientific nonsense’. The figure presents the idea that biological sex is a spectrum and that everyone has a gender identity. It’s also been criticised for saying sexual orientation is based on gender rather than sex.
MailOnline can reveal officials at a Welsh health board are contemplating making the poster an official trust document.
Experts fear this could open the door to it being adopted by other NHS bodies.
In addition to carrying the genderbread person diagram, the poster also includes a claim that babies are ‘assigned’ a gender at birth.
Campaigners today said the fact that the poster being in the running for official NHS endorsement was a sign of how the health service had been ‘indoctrinated’ by woke ideology.
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