When you do overtly stupid things, like hire a tranny stripper to entertain the audience at a homelessness conference, usually you get needless results that could’ve been avoided had you just not been so incredibly stupid. Plus, the average person doesn’t want floppy fake boobs and a real portion of the male anatomy jiggled in their face, especially when they’re there to try and solve a serious problem affecting that particular area.
MRCTV’s Brittany Hughes reported on Monday that King County in Washington state, home to Seattle, hired a transgender stripper to perform for the folks at an annual homelessness conference. The “performer” gave lap dances, kissed some in attendance and wiggled their jiggly bits for everyone’s enjoyment.
Now, the woman who hired the stripper apparently resigned her post over the weekend.
The Seattle Times reported that Kira Zylstra, the director of All Home — King County’s coordinating agency for homelessness, resigned, according to an email the Seattle Times received from a county spokesperson.
An investigation was opened into the strip show after county officials reportedly “found out about ‘a performance that was inappropriate for the conference.”
Here’s the thing. Why is it that these trans strippers and drag queens are taking their act to public libraries and government events? If you’re going to strip, that’s fine. But, why wouldn’t you do that at a strip club or private party? It’s because they’re attempting to normalize their specific type of lifestyle and force people to accept it.
Listen, live your life. You want to show people what you’re working with — even if there’s a little extra than some people are expecting? Go right ahead. Just don’t force everyone else to accept your actions. The left always wants to talk about “tolerance.” Most people tolerate most things. But, to fully accept most things when you don’t agree with them is like a lot of things the left tries to push — forced.
H/T: Fox News
In case you missed Brittany Hughes' video this earlier this week, watch below: