Early on in his respectful disagreements with the trans community, Dave Chappelle said, "I support anyone's right to be who they want to be. My question is: to what extent do I have to participate in your self-image?" On a totally unrelated note, here's a *sigh* girl -- who used to be a boy with all the factory standard parts - sharing their confusion on how
Another gem from citizen journalist Libs of TikTok.
Biological male who went viral this year for attempting to join a sorority is now learning from Dylan Mulvaney and creating tiktoks making a mockery of women.
— Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok)
November 30, 2022
“That just hangs out inside you?”
“How do you get it out?”
“Where does the string go?”
"But Brodigan, this seems like a troll. Are you sure we're not being trolled?" Who the f*ck knows.
The video comes from Grant Sikes. You may remember he/she/they/them from when every sorority in Alabama (roll tide) rejected - her(?) - from pledging. Being from the south, the sorority sisters have the antiquated belief that if you're born a guy you are not a girl.
This is where it gets confusing...because up until now everything made total sense. Grant was non-binary at the time, but the sorority incident outed them(?) as trans. Now Grant is stealing
Dylan Mulvaney's schtick
-- someone else I thought was a parody until they met with
-- and highlighting each day now that he's a girl. And much like Dylan, being a girl means acting as if you are a boy making fun of girls for social media clout.
Acting like how people who don't like women act when they impersonate women used to be considered "sexism." Now, it's "inclusion" and you are transphobic to say otherwise. It's double-secret transphobic if you are a woman who was born a woman saying otherwise. Deadname deez, you TERF!
Exit question: Grant, Dylan, and
all walk into a bar. The bartender says...?