MARK LEVIN (HOST): The language will be as follows: parental leave instead of maternity leave, parent instead of mother or father, parenting, birthing parent instead of mother, non-birthing parent instead of father. But what if it's a woman who is beyond birthing age? What do we call her? Now the reason behind this, the NEA writes, is that in using this contract language members need not worry about how a board of education defines maternity leave. Mother and her father, the language is an inclusive reflection of how the LGBTQIA+ members build their families.
This rationale assumes that the way that heterosexual members build their families should be rewritten regardless of their personal preference. What's "A," Mr. Produce? Do we know what "A" is? Nobody knows. I don't know. Is it anything that goes? How about bestiality? Is that part of it? I'm just waiting. And if it's not, why not?