Jessica Yaniv Hangs Up on Interviewer Niall Boylan After He Pushes Back on His/Her Crazy
A Canadian transgender person who goes by the name "Jessica Yaniv" desperately wants women to touch his pee-pee, even if he has to sue those women, enlisting the wimpy Canadian government to force those women's hands. See what I did there? British Treasure Ricky Gervais has already called this whole ordeal kind of insane and against women's rights. It's also been discovered that Jessica also wanted an underage pool party for twelve-year-olds, where they'd be topless and without parental guidance. So that's Jessica. He's a real up and comer in the transgender community, which has, heretofore, not addressed his clear creepy behavior. But here to ask Jessica about his parade of weird, Irish radio host Niall Boylan.
The interview gets spicy around the 8:40 mark.
Boylan: "So why does your right trump theirs?"
Not-Jessica Rabbit: "Well that's what the tribunal is going to decide. Because I'm a protected class who has a fine knob and I need a woman to slather it with hot wax with the caress of her lady fingers. No woman will do it voluntarily, so they need to be forced to against their will."
Boylan: "But it's not okay for you to demand women touch you against their will."
Not-Jessica Rabbit: ... "But I'm a woman with a female biological penis. My male-to-female privilege trumps their rights. The patriarchy backs me up."
Before we move onto the commentary, here's a helpful visual of Jessica:
One proud lesbian. I'll never give up fighting for human rights equality. #LGBTQoftwitter https://t.co/sKyjJ0Um39— Jessica Yaniv (@Jessica Yaniv)1560723400.0
A man who calls himself a lesbian while dressed as a woman. Cute, Jessica. Cute.
Hate speech or not, Jessica is a major creeper who deserves to be addressed. I heartily approve of Boylan's line of questioning, but any time I read about, hear about, or see creeps like this out and about, I think of this opening scene from Deadpool. I can't say why exactly, because rules and stuff, but I'll let you be the judge:
Until next time, Jessica.