This SJW Facebook page with 2.3 million followers called “Lizzy the Lezzy” attempted to get woke over the weekend on the topic of abortion.
Now I’m not here to talk about abortion, but I’m pretty familiar with the arguments of both sides. And the argument being made here is that women’s bodies shouldn’t be regulated by the government. It’s a left wing point of view, and one that you would assume liberals could unite on.
But the one thing leftists are better at than anyone else in the world is eating their own. There’s a never ending oppression meter, and women are not at the top of it; BLT-123’s are. And I KNEW that framing abortion as a “women’s rights” issue would eventually be deemed to be transphobic hate speech. After all, according to SJWS, men can get pregnant. Someone with female anatomy who calls themselves a man is just as capable of creating a uterus u-boat as a good ol’ fashioned woman who calls herself a woman.
And right on cue, the comments on this post were some of the most entertaining I’ve ever read.
“Our anatomy is female. Genitals aren’t gendered.”
Except based on the 5 o’clock shadow, and the porridge pumper you’re rocking in your panties, your anatomy is actually male.
This is the new thing by the way. It’s no longer just “sex and gender aren’t the same thing because gender is what you think you are in your head,” it’s now, “there’s no such thing as biology, and my penis is actually a woman’s reproductive organ.”
Of course he’s got the gender pronouns in the bio highlighted.
Every. Single. Time.
“Cis female anatomy.”
Picture Meathead trying to explain that one to Archie Bunker. We need the return of All In The Family like they need mandatory birth control in Brockton. Angela Owen of course is the complete SJW package. Hideous, virtue signaling, and probably frequently refers to herself as an “ally” in order to prove that she’s one of the “good ones.”
“As a female who doesn’t have this anatomy, this is transphobic.”
Translation – I dump the baby batter into the sperm sponge, but I don’t carry the crotch fruit or give birth. And despite the fact that I get to skip the hardest part about being a woman, I still want credit for being a woman.
“I’m literally shaking right now.”
Imagine you weren’t able to control your bodily functions because of a pro-choice meme you saw on the Internet, even though you’re probably pro-choice? Thoughts and prayers.
(Upon further review of Guy’s Facebook page, this appears to be him mocking SJWs, but it’s still funny because so many people actually believe that)
“I’m a lesbian trapped in a man’s body.”
So….you’re a dude who likes to bang chicks. Welcome to the club. Unfortunately you won’t be able to relate to this because you can’t get pregnant.
There were other more appropriate terms that the mob found acceptable.
“Pre-transition trans men.”
“AFAB non binary.”
“Some intersex and cis woman anatomy.”
How did we get to the point where people like this don’t feel embarrassed and ashamed to write stuff like that in a non-sarcastic manner? You literally want to be called “they and them,” even though that completely violates basic aspects of the English language. I guess if we can pretend biology doesn’t exist then we can do the same with grammar.
Anyway, as someone who will be voting for Donald Trump in 2020, I would LOVE to see more stuff like this. I hope that politicians focus on stuff like “misgendering,” and proper pronouns, because that’s definitely the type of stuff that a factory worker in Michigan wants to be lectured about before deciding who to vote for.
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