USA Today Includes Biological Male Biden Official among ‘Women of the Year’ Honor
Transgender Rachel Levine named as 'woman' who 'made a significant impact'
Democrat Joe Biden's health official Rachel Levine, a biological male transgender, has been listed among USA Today's "Women of the Year."
The left-wing outlet claims Levine is a "woman" who has "made a significant impact" on the lives of Americans.
"Rachel Levine is one of USA TODAY’s Women of the Year, a recognition of women across the country who have made a significant impact," USA Today notes.
Levine serves as the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Assistant Secretary for Health and as the head of the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps.
A press release last year heralded Levine as the "first openly transgender four-star officer across any of the eight uniformed services of the United States."
The Biden administration celebrates Levine as the "first-ever female four-star admiral" of the USPHS.
Levine was one of the individuals included during a panel last week billed as "A Conversation With HHS Women Leaders to Celebrate Women's History Month."
Transgenderism continues to represent a topic of intense cultural contention.
Controversy has been mounting over the issue of whether biological men, who "identify" as "women," should be allowed to play women's sports.
Transgender University of Pennsylvania swimmer Lia Thomas has stoked controversy by racking up wins while competing against female swimmers.
"The very simple answer is that I’m not a man," Thomas said, according to Sports Illustrated.
"I'm a woman, so I belong on the women’s team.
"Trans people deserve that same respect every other athlete gets."