Stumped Again: Scotland's New Leader John Swinney Struggles With Defining 'Woman'

Stumped Again: Scotland’s New Leader John Swinney Struggles With Defining ‘Woman’

In what has apparently become the Achilles Heel for Scottish leaders, new First Minister John Swinney has already been stumped by the seemingly simple question “What is a woman?”, less than one week on the job.

Swinney, the second in a row Scottish National Party (SNP) politician to be installed without an election following the trans-agenda-influenced downfalls of his predecessors Nicola Sturgeon and Humza Yousaf, is already struggling to convey a cogent understanding of sex and gender to the public.

“I believe a woman is an adult female born as a woman and I also accept that transgender women are defined as women,” the Scottish leader said in an interview with BBC Scotland on Monday.

Attentive listeners were quick to note that adult

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