Jenna Jameson BLASTS Playboy Over Trans 'Female' Playmate...
So we have a former porn star trashing a transsexual playmate, and I'm over here with a bunch of jokes I can't make on a family website like LwC. But yeah, Playboy marketing to woke SJWs who would never buy their magazine by naming a tranny as Playmate of the Month? Jenna Jameson isn't a fan of it.
Jenna Jameson is not happy with Playboy's choice to feature its first ever transgender Playmate, the French model Ines Rau, in its November issue.
The former adult entertainer told Fox News, "I just think it's a ridiculous attempt by Playboy to stay relevant. It is a foolish decision that alienates its consumer base."
We unsuccessfully reached out to Playboy for comment. But Cooper Hefner, the son of late founder Hugh Hefner, told the New York Times: "It’s the right thing to do. We’re at a moment where gender roles are evolving.”
Just because I don't agree with a trans person being in Playboy doesn't mean I'm "transphobic" .People these days w… https://t.co/QpqOrvWghR— Jenna Jameson (@Jenna Jameson) 1508447870.0
Yeah, porn stars aren't exactly known for being puritans. So, if one of them thinks you're going a little far? You're probably going a little far.
Playboy of course has gone the route of saying there's something wrong with you for being anything but aroused by naked she-males, claiming people who disagree are literally racist. That's right, if you're not into pictures of nude men cosplaying as ladies, you're a transphobe who hates black people. Except, there's kind of a difference between a woman with more melanin and a "woman" with a peen.
Call me crazy, but it's kind of a d**k move (pun intended) when men take opportunities away from women (see Transgender Man Entering Cycling Tournament Hoping to Steal Victory from Actual Women and Australian Football League Bans Transwoman From the Field. Leftists Rage…). But, I suppose I'm just a feminist like that.
There's really two things that could come of this. The market might work its magic and banish men who mangle their dangles from the centerfolds. Or, some of Playboy's more "progressive" readers might just shrug it off and go with it. Only time will tell.