The newly elected Prime Minister of New Zealand, Chris Hipkins, was unable to define the term “woman,” arguing “people define themselves.”
Hipkins was asked by Piers Morgan during a press conference how he defined what a woman is.
“To be honest, that question has come out of left field for me. The biology, sex, gender,” the New Zealand Prime Minister after being put on the spot to define the term “woman.”
“People define themselves, people define their own genders,” Hipkins concluded.
When asked again, Hipkins diverted the question by saying, ” People identity for themselves.”
“I wasn’t expecting that question, so it wasn’t something I pre-formulated an answer on. But in terms of gender identify, people identity for themselves,” he said.
Last year, Sen. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., asked Biden-nominated Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson if she could define what a woman was. Jackson answered, “I cannot.”
“Men and women are already equal under the law, but they have real biological differences that we must respect and celebrate…By insisting that men can become women, the left is destroying what it means to be a woman and is pushing women and girls out of sports, public life, and positions of leadership,” Blackburn said.
“Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson showcased this absurdity for the American people and proved how far the left will go to promote their anti-women agenda.”
The U.S. Department of Education, Department of Health and Human Services, and National Institutes of Heath were unable to define the term woman, despite celebrating International Women’s Day this year.
Sen. John Fetterman of Pennsylvania was previously asked to define the term “woman,” and flatly refused to answer the question.
Even the Church of England argued that “there is no official definition” of a woman.
“There is no official definition, which reflects the fact that until fairly recently definitions of this kind were thought to be self-evident, as reflected in the marriage liturgy,” Senior Bishop Rt Rev Robert Innes said.