Who knew that genitals weren’t a way of distinguishing genders? Apparently, the LGBTQ movement does, and they’ll automatically label those who think otherwise as "transphobic."
As a case in point, singer and LGBTQ activist Miley Cyrus was accused of making "transphobic" comments when expressing a preference for women's body parts over men's.
According to Daily Wire, Miley Cyrus said in an interview with Barstool Radio that “Girls are way hotter. We know this.” She was quick to reassure listeners that “Everyone I think can agree that from ancient times d*cks makes wonderful sculptures. Other than that, I’m not as interested. I like d*cks as art pieces. And sculptural, I love the shape, I think it looks really good on a table.”
But ultimately, in Cyrus’s opinion, “everyone knows that t*ts are prettier than balls,” which led her to conclude that for her personally, “that’s what ended up making female relationships make more sense to me.”
Besides the vulgarity, the statement looks relatively harmless, right? Not for the rainbow flag-wavers.
As usual, the LGBTQ mob was aghast at Cyrus’s supposed insensitivity for preferring one set of gendered anatomy over another, and the magazine Out expounded the problems with the pop star’s remarks.
The magazine’s main problem was that Cyrus’s comments ignored the idea that somehow, “Genitals do not equal gender.” They explained that “to reduce dicks and balls to ‘men’s bodies’ contributes to dangerous beliefs about trans women.”
Out lamented that such carelessness in one’s statements could lead to horrifying discrimination.
“Because so many people, like Miley, believe that genitals determine gender, trans women and girls are often considered to be men in public spaces. Trans women are kicked out of women’s restrooms, locker rooms and school sports, not allowed in women’s shelters, put in prison with men, and murdered all because they have ‘male genitalia.’”
In short, Out accused Cyrus of acting like a TERF. (The first four letters of Trans-Exclusionary Radical Feminist, applicable to any feminist who doesn’t support transgenderism.)
Horseradish. Cyrus was merely expressing that she prefers women over men. One would think that her announcement would thrill the LGBTQ crowd, not offend them. It’s impossible to please these people.
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