That is the correct rebuttal. Ella is explicit that she thinks people should be fired for un-wokeness even if no one has ever detected a trace of misbehavior – even by the standards of the transmanics! – in actual practice. Suspicion is sufficient. To be employed on must be a True Believer.
Agreed. I’d not fire a Catholic nurse or a Muslim nurse or a Flat-Earther nurse or a trans nurse for their beliefs so long as they are doing their job. And, BTW, their job is not religious indoctrination! It is not their job to spread my view of the world to the patients in my hospital. Nor their view. And all patients will be treated equally irrespective of their religions too.
But should anyone start demanding that other people conform to their religion, no sorry, it’s a secular country. Thus Hindus cannot demand that meat not be eaten in the hospital, Jews cannot demand there be no pork, Seventh Day Adventists are out of luck if they want all work to stop on Saturday, Flat-Earthers cannot demand that all globes be removed, TGP cannot demand that people use their pronouns and Germans cannot demand that we all speak German.
They are. I am Napoleon! I Identify as Napoleon and
that is sufficient. Can I force you to Affirm? Are you Napolophobic if you refuse to refer to me as Mon Empereur? Oh, and I want all conversation in French please.
Yes, and from the beginning of nursing until the dawn of wokeness it never even crossed anyone’s mind that a nurse’s job required her to use made up pronouns. It’s too bad we can’t get the opinions of Florence N. and Clara B. and the monumental Mother Bickerdyke on the subject. I suspect that if some wounded soldier had been admitted to one of her hospitals and ‘she’ had informed Mother that she was a she and please inform the whole staff that her pronouns were xi/xu/xa … I don’t think it would have gone well for the soldier.
I’d expect that nurses in psychiatric wards have special training. In normal situations, I’d expect that should a nurse encounter a TGP, he’d mostly just smile and nod, not get into a theological dispute on the subject of what reality is. Should the patient demand it, I suppose the chaplain might be called.