One intrepid reporter provided a glimmer of hope and dash of humor as she took to the streets asking guys whether or not it’d be “gay” of them to date a transgender male (i.e. biological woman).
Despite the deranged left’s insistence that it is, in fact, transphobic and LGBT-phobic to prefer sticking with heterosexual impulses, the random men on the street stuck to their guns and declared to Savannah Guthrie, the reporter, that they preferred dating females who did not share their own reproductive anatomy.
As Louder with Crowder wrote, the interviewees’ responses ran the gamut from “hell yeah” to demurring altogether. A few had to pause and think about it, which reflected on either an absolute fear of being labeled an -ist or a misunderstanding of what they were being presented with.
Louder with Crowder summed up some of the responses, writing:
Quite a few of the dudes said, “hell yeah.” One followed it up with, “what do you mean?” Another pointed out the person “was born a man.” One dude laughed and said, “no comment.” Another, “for sure, that’s gay as sh*t.”
When Savanah asked one interviewee why it would be gay, he said, “That’s a really good question. I don’t know, because they have a d*ck.”
One guy tried to defend it as not gay, explaining, “I don’t know, it’s like, whatever you like, man.” His buddy shook his head and explained, “That’s not gay. If you’re into it, you’re into it.” The other dude then explained they are from Seattle so they’re “about that”.
One of their other friends then joined, and told Savanah that’s a good question, but it “depends on how hot she was.” Savanah asked him if he personally would date a transwoman, and he said probably not because he “couldn’t get past the d*ck.” Which is a tough selling point.
The video reassures that there is some sanity left within the Gen Z generation. Take a look for yourself:
Watch As @Sav_Says_ Asks People On The Street
"Is It Gay To Date A Trans Woman"
— ThePublica (@ThePublicaNow) April 20, 2023
The woman-on-the-street format comes at a time when heightened consciousness of the transgender issue takes over the common cultural space. House Republicans recently passed a bill banning biological men from biological women’s sports. And some marketing campaigns have taken the exact opposite approach of Bud Light to reject wokeness.
In a beautiful, emotional ad called “Erased”, a Florida-based watch company Egard lets it be known that they are “a company that believes in the truth”.
The ad features the voice and image of a young black girl with a dream to be the fastest woman alive. As the ad shows images of her father encouraging her as she trains, grows, and competes, cut-aways of famous female track stars accompany the dramatic narrative. The girl in the ad says: “I got this little nugget of an idea from my dad. He used to watch me run and say, ‘Ain’t no woman alive that can beat you,’ and I believed him.
#erased Our ad response to woke corporate America. We are a company that believes in truth. @elonmusk @TuckerCarlson @libsoftiktok @benshapiro @MattWalshBlog @stillgray @piersmorgan @alx @JackPosobiec @Malcolm_fleX48 @carolinecwilder @OliLondonTV @RealSaavedra @josh_hammer pic.twitter.com/tRD5ogzEyJ
— Egard Watch Company (@EgardWatchCo) April 14, 2023
“He made me feel invincible. It wasn’t easy. I trained hard, harder than anyone else I know. But I was made for this, an unstoppable force. A life dedicated to perfection.”
At this point in the ad, we get a glimpse of what female athletes everywhere are dealing with in 2023. The camera pans across to show an alleged “female” athlete with a five o’clock shadow lined up to run against the women. The fake female runner is muscled and clearly more athletic than the females on the track. The voice over continues: “But even perfection wouldn’t be enough.”
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