One small step for men, one giant leap backward for women. French Vogue made history by slapping the first ever transgender model on their cover. It’s a momentous occasion for every little boy who answered the “what do you want to be when you grow up” questionnaire with “a pretty, pretty lady.” Aw, don’t you remember those childhood dreams of great aspirations? You wanted to be an astronaut. The boy next to you wanted to be the astronaut’s mistress. You aimed for space, he aimed for pink laced panties. #AimThighHigh
Of course, it’s not a shattering moment for women…
For the first time in the magazine’s 97-year history, Vogue Paris put a transgender model on its cover ― Brazil’s Valentina Sampaio.
Sampio appears on the magazine’s March issue, which is the second biggest cover of the year for any fashion magazine. The issue hits newsstands on Feb. 23. The cover’s celebratory headline reads, “Transgender beauty: How they’re shaking up the world.”
I understand transgenders are the left’s protected class du jour. Perhaps the left will graduate to furry pedophiles later, but for now transgenders are so hot right now.
Legit question: At what point do feminists take notice and start menstrual-fueled rage fests because their jobs, their records, and their livelihoods are being stolen by mentally ill fudge-packers? Even if some of said fudge-packers fill a dress better than hambeastly feminists. Sure, there’s been some medium level outrage (see Parents Outraged Over Transgender Track Star’s Unfair Advantage and Olympics To Openly Allow ‘Transgender’ Athletes to Cheat) but the gravity of this entire movement hasn’t been exposed by our perpetually peeved, overly vocal lady brigade of land-dwelling butter whales. Which is odd, as feminists seem to always find something untoward about men. Mansplaining, manspreading, man breathing… The feminists take any occasion to throw major shade at the penis-havers.
Yet if a man claims to be a woman, he can take their magazine covers, beat them in track, and use their potties (and leaving the seat up) with nary a peep. Seems rather out of character, no? Men are appropriating all things shemale and the only people who seem to be complaining about it are people like me. I never thought of myself as a “feminist” by modern standards. But methinks men trying to be ladies as rather an insult. It’s actual sexism. When society believes men can be women just by stating they’re women, it belittles actual femininity. Go read more about it in my open letter: Dear & ‘Transwomen’: No, You DON’T Know What it Feels Like to be a Woman.
How is this Vogue cover, which is simply a symbol of this new trans movement, empowering for women? How is feeding into a person’s delusion healthy? These are the questions I’d love for a liberal to answer…