BREAKING NEWS – Hampshire, England – A charity for a disease that can cause serious pain and pregnancy complications for females has appointed a transgender woman to be CEO.

Endometriosis South Coast (ESC) is described as an “inclusive” charity set up to support those diagnosed with endometriosis or adenomyosis. These two diseases occur when tissue similar to the lining of the uterus grows outside the uterus or into the uterine muscular wall itself.

ESC recently announced that Steph Richards, a transgender woman who uses she/her pronouns, was named the new CEO of the charity.

“I know some people have an issue with me being the CEO,” explained Richards. “And soon I will be able to relate to a having a baby after I have my testicles surgically removed, and sewn into me where the ovaries should be. At that point, doctors and conservatives will be compelled to refer to me as a biological woman.”