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November 09, 2023
Author comes out as a trans man after his wife came out as a trans woman... and then things get confusing
Sorry for the tongue twister of a headline, but we got some trans-Drama-Rama for you.
A Toronto-based writer and activist has come out as a transgender man after her husband transitioned to a trans woman and the couple now live in a four-way relationship with their trans lovers, according to the Daily Mail.
In other words, a total clown show is going on at that circus. I also don’t blame you if you now identify as confused/lost, since I don’t even understand what’s going on.
Rowan Jette Knox, formerly known as Amanda Jette Knox, announced in Aug. that she was “re-introducing” herself as a trans man.
She previously told PinkNews: “Trans joy is infectious. And right now, the world needs more of it. Make no mistake: in today's world, trans joy is an act of defiance and power.”
Yes, we can definitely see how much of a social contagion it has become in your household.
She started taking testosterone earlier this week, following in the footsteps of her “husband-turned-wife and son-turned-daughter,” the Daily Mail reported.
Knox's husband, Zoe, previously known as Mark, came out as trans in July 2015, after 19 years of marriage. Their son Alexis, came out as trans in 2014 when he was in sixth grade at the age of 11. They also have two other sons.
You cannot look at this story and not feel sorry for the children who are victims of this insanity. Their chances of ever living a normal life are slim to none.
The pair lives with their transgender partners Dani and Dame, who are also a couple.
Rowan said this consensual non-monogamy is called “'polycule.”
When the author “came out” in an Instagram post, she said: 'It is with joy, relief, and a fair amount of anxiety that I am re-introducing myself to you as Rowan Jette Knox. I am a trans man, am medically transitioning, and will be exclusively using he/him pronouns going forward. I've known this is who I am for a long time now, but I had to work up the courage to say it out loud.”
She added, “It took months of introspection therapy, long chats with loved ones, plenty of tears, and pushing through a lot of fear and denial to get here."
This level of insanity is nothing to be proud of and the amount of narcissism is exhausting.
Narcissists tend to flock to whatever gets them attention and sympathy. Being “transgender” is probably the easiest way to get that since you don't even need gender dysphoria to be “trans”.
When all you have to do is say that you are what you think you are, and people acquiesce to their demands of affirmation, it becomes inevitable that you will attract the most self-absorbed and narcissistic people in society.
Narcissists usually develop an excessive sense of self-importance to over-compensate for the lack of self-esteem. Lack of a core identity is a hallmark of narcissism, which is why people like the couple in this story need much validation from society.