Until the advent of the WOKE culture, people who worked in the medical field would do everything possible to do no harm to their patients.

Things have changed though, as radical narcissists are now infiltrating all aspects of our culture. One of them, a student from Wake Forest University’s medical school, said she betrayed her Hippocratic oath because she was offended.

On Sunday, Shirlene Obuobi MD posted a tweet about “transphobia” in her line of work. According to Fox News, Obuobi is a Ghanaian-American physician and author, and she is firmly on the political left.

“My badge has had she/her pronouns for a year,” Obuobi wrote on Twitter. “I’m cis, & I wear it to help my patients & colleagues who fall under the trans umbrella feel a little more comfy. In the last few weeks, several cis patients have berated me for it.”

Many people responded to Obuobi’s tweet with their own stories about experiencing “transphobia.” Most of these supposedly horrifying stories would barely raise an eyebrow for many Americans, but if these people want to get worked about it, they have a right to their feelings.

What people do not have a right to do, however, is physically harm someone because they are offended at his “transphobia.” But that is exactly what Kychelle Del Rosario bragged about doing on Twitter.

Del Rosario is a fourth-year medical student at Wake Forest, Fox News reported. In a response to Obuobi’s tweet, Del Rosario shared what she did to a patient who questioned a pronoun pin she was wearing.
 
"I had a patient I was doing a blood draw on to see my pronoun pin and loudly laugh to the staff She/Her?'” Del Rosario wrote. Well of course it is! What other pronouns even are there? It?’ I missed his vein so he had to get stuck twice.”

In response to the situation, Wake Forest School of Medicine wrote on Twitter it was “taking measures to address this with the student.”