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"Miss" November? New Playboy Playmate Once Had a Penis
I'm not shocked the new Playboy Playmate is a transsexual, but I am surprised it's taken so long. The left seems to be ok with men taking things 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…), so why not the centerfold too?
Meet Ines Rau.
These days Ines is a globe-trotting model with an irrepressible passion for self-love and honesty. “I lived a long time without saying I was transgender,” she says. “I dated a lot and almost forgot. I was scared of never finding a boyfriend and being seen as weird. Then I was like, You know, you should just be who you are. It’s a salvation to speak the truth about yourself, whether it’s your gender, sexuality, whatever. The people who reject you aren’t worth it. It’s not about being loved by others; it’s about loving yourself.”
Apparently Ines is not the first transsexual to appear in the magazine, a point you are probably going to hear the left beat you over you head with like your mom who just discovered your stash of Playboys.
Look, not to sound crass, but I haven't really picked up a Playboy since I started to see boobies in real life. To some of you youngbloods reading this who haven't had the opportunity to yet, I can't recommend it enough. They're awesome.
But if the magazine wants to make a corporate decision to go this route, meh. I'll wait to roll my eyes when they claim the reason no one wants to see a dude tucking it in is because of "intolerance." Yeah, we know he/she had reassignment surgery, but jokes are jokes. Penis.
Owen has a good point though:
But help me out, what is the #woke position here? Because I was under the impression that Playboy was responsible for all the toxic masculinity in today's culture, which is a leftist way of saying that too many men like looking at naked women. Yet when the woman is a man, it's suddenly open minded and tolerant now. Is there something wrong with me because I have no desire to look at the ghost of her penis?