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Ricky Gervais' Netflix special blasted as 'anti-trans rants'

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 d ago

Ricky Gervais' Netflix special blasted as 'anti-trans rants'

"Another Netflix comedy show is drawing fire because of jokes about transgender persons First it was Dave Chappelle now Ricky Gervais no stranger to controversy himself is getting blow back about jokes that he did in a Netflix comedy special and the just release super nature Gervais goes after trans women joking about what he called old fashioned women or as he describes them quote the ones with wombs during the hour long show he defends his remarks as equal opportunity humor and not a reflection of his personal views on trans or other rights but transgender and LGBTQ defenders are fired back Glad is asserted that the special violate to Netflix policy against content designed to incite hate or violence A Moscow's Gabrielle

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Trans Women to Be Jailed With Actual Women

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:20 min | 2 weeks ago

Trans Women to Be Jailed With Actual Women

"San Diego county ordinance lets trans women be housed in women's jails and shelters, so if a man says that he is a woman, he or she, I'm taking no position on that right now. I call people the way they look and the way their names sounds. If you honor society by looking like your gender, then I will honor you by calling you what you look like. If you have contempt for the normative binary division, then I will not honor your contempt. That's all I have a very rational, if you will, wait of addressing that issue. However, if you are a male and you say you're a female and then I put you in jail with women in a women's jail. The I believe that whatever indignity has been thrust upon you, a danger has been thrust upon. And normal, or if you will, normative, anxiety has been induced in nearly all the women.

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Transgender Woman Regrets Decision to Change

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:57 sec | Last month

Transgender Woman Regrets Decision to Change

"From an article shockingly published in The Washington Post. Of a trans woman, it's up at Dennis prager dot com. Thank you. A trans woman so a man who transitioned to woman and now approaching the age of 50 regrets it. And advises young people not to rush into permanent life altering transition. It's not a bitter article. It's not, it's not a political article. Maybe that's why the published the comments are instructive. I always read comments as you know. There are 3000. I won't read 3000. In this case, I read the most popular. You can sort by newest oldest most popular, et cetera, so I'm curious what got the most likes.

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Ketanji Brown Jackson Supported 'Wokeism' as Early as Kindergarten

Mark Levin

01:07 min | 2 months ago

Ketanji Brown Jackson Supported 'Wokeism' as Early as Kindergarten

"Of Georgetown day school community 7 years ago Patrick and I are a husband I guess Witness the transformative power of a rigorous progressive education that is dedicated to fostering critical thinking independence and social justice In just what does the Georgetown day schools progressive education quote unquote and dedication to social justice look like in practice Well according to their website during the time she was a board member a board member It means events like the transgender day of visibility that urge students to quote use your voice your platform your network to communicate your support for transgender rights The trans community and transgender people particularly trans youth and black trans women are most often an egregiously targeted Wow Talks about abolitionist teaching centering queer voices hosted by abolitionist teaching network and including Kai growths of woke kindergarten I don't know what this is but you get the drift right

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Why George Gascón Backpeddled on Hannah Tubbs Sentencing

The Larry Elder Show

01:03 min | 3 months ago

Why George Gascón Backpeddled on Hannah Tubbs Sentencing

"Suspect two weeks shy of 18 rapes a ten year old girl trans woman rapes a ten year old girl, brags about it, brags about the light sentence she is receiving from George cat's gone. Gascon claims he had no idea that this suspect was bragging about the light sentence, otherwise he would have handled the case differently. However, an assistant DA says gascon knew all about it and gascon is lying. John, the questions his critics are asking are whether the Los Angeles County district attorney is simply changing his policies on particularly disturbing juvenile cases. Now, because he was embarrassed by Fox News reporting on the jailhouse calls of convicted child molester Hannah tubbs and exactly when did George gascon learn about the contents of those tapes, which seemed to show tubs who is transgender and was known as James at the time of the bathroom assault of a ten year old girl celebrating a plea deal under which he would only face two years behind bars in a juvenile facility.

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"trans women" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

03:34 min | 6 months ago

"trans women" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

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"trans women" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

03:54 min | 6 months ago

"trans women" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

"To be beautiful. Well, we have one more quick question segment for you, and that is our regular segment, which is called Asian enough confessions. It is a segment where we kind of each share a moment or time or place or something in our lives that made us feel not Asian enough. So I'm gonna go first. My confession is one that came up just thinking about the time that you shared that you spent in the Philippines. So I am Japanese American, but I feel very removed from the culture of my ancestors and I think all the time about going back to Japan to visit, but not just as a tourist. You know, I want to spend time there in a way that is nourishing in a way that gives me more of a connection to the people that I come from and my family and my history and it's very intimidating. It's like a very intimidating thought to even try to wrap my head around. So I haven't done it yet, you know? And I do feel bad about that. But even hearing you talk about spending 6 months there in not like two weeks is very encouraging to me. What about you, Tracy? What is your confession? Am I in honor of you as sort of a dance oriented confession? And I like to think of it as more of like a hopeful Asian of confession. But I'm also a Japanese American. I'm biracial. But I grew up going to summer festivals, like summer Japanese festivals, and part of it. At the end there's like a group dance. You go around, there's a Tycho drummer and as a kid, you're not super self conscious, so I was totally fine. And mimicking the movements, but I've never really understood what I was doing. So a couple of years ago, I had decided, oh, I kind of want to, I'm sure there are community classes I can find that teaches this. And then on the same train, I thought, I do want to learn the dances, and I also want to learn how to Tycho drum. So I was looking into classes and then the pandemic happened so I could do anything. So my goal is once we're through, you know, to do this. Go and learn to learn and live my best summer festival life. The dances and Tycho drums. Nice. Get those classes. That's really, really beautiful. You gotta do that. You gotta let me know when you start the classes. We'll do. So now we're turning the mic to you, Lena, do you have an Asian enough confession for us? Yeah, when I first started working in hospitality, I didn't want to just work somewhere that was cool. I wanted to work somewhere where I could learn where I could be part of an experience where I could be part of a culture and this was my first time working in a Filipino restaurant. And it was actually the first time I worked around so many Filipino people and learning about the different foods and learning about the different balu. And I remember learning how to prepare for combining with the banana leaf with how you carve the rice and how you create a design where you should place this in place that I think that was probably one of the most groundbreaking moments for me as a Filipino woman because food is so important to me and I love food so much. But I think for me it wasn't just about the food. It was about the fact that I come from a tradition and come from a people where this is how we congregate together. This is how we talk about family. This is how we talk.

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"trans women" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

04:56 min | 6 months ago

"trans women" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

"You knew when I was a baby who I am and what I am and what I would go and what I would do and what I would see. That is the power of an Asian culture of a bloodline of knowing who you are and knowing how powerful you are knowing your see. And when I got on FaceTime with her, I was like looking at myself. We look exactly the life, like everyone said and we just talked every single day and we spoke and she was like, I'm in a book you have ticket to come here to see me and she booked me into come and see her. And, you know, she took me around the Philippines and it was just powerful, you know, to have that experience to finally find that puzzle piece. This is so beautiful. I'm like weeping over here. Into my microphone. What did you talk about? What was the first question you asked? Your mom when you two got to sit down? We started talking about her relationship with my father and how they met and, you know, she told me the story of how she built a home for herself. And at the time, my dad was taking care of us. They were broken up at the time, but she had a car. She had a furnished home. Immigration knocked on her door, took her, put her in a cage. Sent her back to the Philippines and just dropped her off like she was trash. And she had to start out over. There was no cell phones. There were no emails or no Facebook. She had to figure out how to survive again. After having two children. And being married, so it was just we took it one day at a time. We didn't want to run into everything. We wanted to spend 6 months there. So every day was a different moment to cry. It was in different moments to smile as a different moment to make up on time. You know? But it was also very we were connecting, but it was just very unfamiliar because I'm a grown adult. She's a grown woman and we are both too adults trying to figure out where we fit at and how can we still have a loving mother and daughter relationship. So it was just kind of hard because I was already distinguished in who I am and, you know, it was intimidating for her to see me so well off and to be such a trans woman that's so confident in who I am. And in the country's like that, you know, the government does not support trans visibility or gay rights, you know, it's something that you see and you don't talk about. So it was trying to learn about her learn about my culture and just take it every single day at a time and yes, we fall. Yes, we argue, yes, we went through it and we had to do that. Of course, I mean, it makes sense. There's so much lost time to make up for, right? One thing that really struck us is the word bloom, right? Denotes change at Jones growth, becoming, and it feels like such an appropriate word to describe how your career has blossomed really in the last few years. To me, there seems to be some sort of cosmic poetry in that, but does it feel that way to you? Absolutely. Bloom exemplifies something that is connected to my imagination about growing constantly. Always challenging myself. Never eliminate my experience of my creativity. And over the course of my career, I've been kind of stagnant. Sometimes if you don't get enough sunlight, you don't grow. So I've been trying to water myself and trying to just keep promoting positive vibrations, so I can just bloom as the most beautiful fire the world has ever seen. I love that. So how does one water oneself in a way that can nourish and cultivate in such a way that you have in the last few years? I think it's just understanding that my life is important to me, the lives around me are put into me in a human race is important to me. So that's an ever growing experience of love and self love. And I stay grounded in it. I'm an earth science so I have to stay grounded. And, you know, in realism in what is honestly who I am and what am I connected to? And I'm intersections of being African, being Asian, being of trans experience, being a woman, there's so many different layers of who I am that makes my story unique in a lot of ways. I have to use that and use these amazing things that make me who I am as something to be radical to be political and.

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"trans women" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

08:09 min | 6 months ago

"trans women" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

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If you haven't already, consider subscribing at just $1 for 6 months. So go to LA times dot com slash exclusive to subscribe today. Gracias. Here's more of our conversation with Lena bloom. There's something you had mentioned about, you know, this idea of bringing this full knowledge of your own personal history, your ancestors history, where your family has come from bringing that into your everyday and bringing into the work that you do. But you also mentioned your mother's story, for example, that she was deported when you were very young and I am curious, how did you start that process of learning, not just about Filipino history? How did you learn if there were no Filipinos around you? Earlier in your life. Well, actually, the first teacher I had in acting were two Filipino people, and once I met them, I learned about Tahoe Baháʼí barrio, learning about different ways to be creative, but also be rooted in culture. And that's when I started learning about who I am by these two powerful people. One was a woman. One was a trans man. And I got jobs at Filipino restaurants, I learned how to do my and I learned how to how to really understand the foods and the textures of the foods and the seasons of the foods, the musicality and range of our experience and understands that we don't just have streak here. We have curly hair. We have wavelength here. We are brown skin. We are light skin. We are really a combination of a lot of powerful things in society. When people think about deportation, they don't often think it is an Asian American issue. And I think that's partly because of this harmful model minority, stereotype, this narrative, but can you talk a little bit about that experience for you what impact it had on your life and your understanding of that sense of self that you now have when you lose your mom so suddenly and in that way, how do you feel like you were able to maintain a sense of connection to that side of your family? So my father met my mom when he was stationed in the Philippines at Barack and Barack hi, where they was the marine base. Sue big bae is actually the place where he was stationed. And to be honest with you, like so many women who live in these countries who don't often have opportunity, she was a woman that was looking for opportunity. She came from general Santos in Mindanao, and she went all the way to the marine base, and she was looking for a way out. She fell in love with my father. They loved each other. She moved to America and she had me and my mom was deported when I was 9 months old. So I really never got a chance to really have a moment with her. But everywhere I went as a child around my family, people will always say, you look like your mother. And I didn't have any Filipino people around me. I didn't have any ideas or who's around me. So I was looking for my tribe. I was looking for the embodiment of the Filipino culture. You know, every time I met a Filipino person, I would ask them where they're from. And, you know, can you teach me a word? And to the first word I learned was my how to keep that. And that means I love you in Filipino. I got a tattoo on my arrest. And I would always remember on my wrist, whatever I do, I do with love. And I went to the Philippines when I found my mom for the first time. And we spent 6 months together and the trauma bonding that we experienced because of the situations that we are in was truly it's something I'm still trying to navigate today, the lost time and not knowing who she is, but understanding the environment that she was around to survive and it's just I need to really, really stand tall and understand how powerful being Filipino is in this world because we are constantly being erased. We are constantly being hated on. And people don't often see me as a Filipino woman, which really hurts me, but I can tell you that 50% is thick. In my blood, and I love it to death. And I am so proud to be a penile blood. And I hope that I can see more representation of us. Not just behind the scenes, because that's where they want to keep us at. But front and center. You've mentioned reconnecting with your mom and I'm curious about how you did that, but also when you reconnected with her, like, what were those conversations? Like, what did you talk about? Can you talk a little bit more about that? Yeah, I was looking for my mom since I was a child and before I was Internet, it was a very, very hard and, you know, you had to get in a special investigator and giving him addresses and this is where she was at last time and this was the milk she sent me and one day I was looking on Facebook. And I found a page with no photo, but a paragraph, a long paragraph about my mom looking for her to a children. And I responded to it. And when I called her, she was out of hair salon, she does hear for a living. She's in the beauty business also. And I caught her and I said, how is this sharina? And she's like, yes. And I was like, hi, this is your child. I've been looking for you. And she started bursting into tears in a full collapse scene emotional way that she had to say, I can not, can I call you right back? I need to run home. She coming back 5 minutes later she was at home. I guess she just ran home. As fast as she could because she didn't want anyone to interrupt her and she was sitting down with both of my half sisters and my brother. And she was like, would you like to FaceTime? And I said, before I FaceTime you, I want to tell you something. I am not the child that you left me. I am much more colorful. She said, you don't have to explain anything. I love you and I already knew..

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"trans women" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

Reverie True Crime

05:32 min | 7 months ago

"trans women" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

"Many of you might know covering. Lgbt killer is not my favorite yours is not the story. I really wanna tell. I generally have no sympathy empathy year even and understanding for them. The only exception is. I believe there wrongfully convicted. The killer in this case. I don't think there's anything wrong about this killer's conviction. In fact i was loved this killer permanent member of the prison system wide. Do i dislike this killer so much.

"trans women" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

Reverie True Crime

04:12 min | 7 months ago

"trans women" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

"And married ashley stevens lawson. The same year is for megan. Even when she went back to her hometown to attend a church service she was blown away by what she heard as we know not. All churches are like this but some still are. The preacher began asking everyone in the congregation questions. They were to answer saying moral or immoral. Well the next day molly took to social media stating quote when he said sex between someone of the same sex and had the congregation repeat immoral..

Interview With Model, Actress, Dancer, Activist, Leyna Bloom

Asian Enough

02:03 min | 10 months ago

Interview With Model, Actress, Dancer, Activist, Leyna Bloom

"So you're a dancer. A model an actor an activist. You were the cover model on. The sports illustrated swimsuit cover It's a famous pop cultural institution. But it's one that's historically been seen. I think in the mainstream through a straight male gaze and in this year's edition there was like an intentional effort to celebrate an inclusive spectrum of women. And i think i understand you shot it before you learn. You made the cover along with tennis player. Naomi osaka and rapper meghan stallion. But what were your hopes going into the shoot and what did you want to convey images. Well anything that i do sense. Being in these spaces of representation is fairly new to argos system. All around the world. I think for me. It has to be some type of cultural shift. Has the part of something that is not just based around vanity orc gluttony. It has to be something that has a message in yes. I have beaten suit on. Yes i'm in. My muslim informed bites what i stand for. And why i was chosen to be part of the issue and then be on the cover was because of what i wanna do with everything i do in the bible being In the past a lot of the models are beautiful. Yes what is a story what is fighting for. What are they really rooted and makes them who they are. And the reason why. I've gotten up to this. Point is not because meek just being beautiful. It's me fighting the system it's me. I'm being blacklisted. It's me saying no. I don't wanna do. This is saying it's not what you say. Yes you is what you say no to that builds character. So what we doing. And what i do with this issue is to invite people who think differently. And that's why i was session for a moment winning a transient on the cover. Because are every single. Day being brutalized murdered sexualize. Harass already has been thirty three on some of cases of trans women especially of color being murdered in america so when that is happening society is imperative in his responsibilities to have moments like

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Mj Rodriguez Becomes First Out Trans Woman Nominated for Lead Actress Emmy

Mark Simone

00:24 sec | 11 months ago

Mj Rodriguez Becomes First Out Trans Woman Nominated for Lead Actress Emmy

Eureka O'Hara: The Drag Race All Stars Season 6 Winner

LGBTQ&A

02:43 min | 11 months ago

Eureka O'Hara: The Drag Race All Stars Season 6 Winner

"So you've talked before. About how before drag race you lived as a trans woman for five years and then you decided that that's or you realize that's not actually who you are. Can you just talk about your early experience gender and what led you to think that you might be a trans woman. Oh yeah of. Course why i to reiterate into the versus me figuring out that i'm not. I think it was more of like discovering that. I'm like all of these things you know what i'm saying. Expansion the weirdly. Like i think the trans person that i was is a huge part of who i am now. It's just like a more elevated self perception and then also like some description as far as like gender goes that's where gender neutrality i think comes in right. I just remember growing up. Well i i grew up with all women. So four women I remember being younger. And like the little gameboy and we always like wanted to be a girl. Because it'd be easier. I think we'll have those thoughts a little bit at some point in our life like oh like dealing with the persecution of it or likes negatively or like the self inflicted ideas that we put on ourselves because of other people's opinions we automatically assume that it's a bad thing and how much easier beats like. Just be a girl so then you could wear pretty and for things and you could like boys and you know all these things that you want. Do play with barbies etc. So that was kind of a star. I think and then i met a guy when i was like eighteen. Who was really interested in eureka and i clicked with him really well so then like i was already doing drag and i was living with a trans woman at the time so it just seems like so many factors of my mind mike. My thought process was adding up to this like okay. You're not leaving your authentic self. Maybe this is something you should discover and then the boy comes in. Because and i call him a boy because he turned out not to be a man. Okay reading like in allegra boswell sands so the boy was also there for like that. Validation i guess my having someone to support me through it because he was more interested in eureka. So that's why. I kind of brought that up because the thought process was more from like growing up and then living with the transvaal man and just having those ideas kind of for a long time anyway dating him he he really isn't do eureka. Your drag character and so it's like you're getting all the validation about the feminine side of noon that an interesting. It was interesting but it was like. I really liked him. You know and he was like the first time i ever had like had a guy that could consider like a real interested in mike relationship type situation and saddam was just like you know fell head over heels really quickly so i would have done just about anything but i was already thinking these things. I can't really say like. Oh well i did it. Because i met this guy no i had the quote unquote balls. Elevate or the lack thereof to push myself to do it. Because i had like this validation from the opposite sex or however you want to describe the gender of that situation. I don't know how would talk about that.

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"trans women" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

07:55 min | 11 months ago

"trans women" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Today's my birthday happy birthday. Tell my sister's birthday today. I'm forty nine. My question is today. Joe biden just weaponized. The state department the justice department. But i know what you mean by suing the state of georgia. How concerned should we be. That joe is going after the state's elections in the new voting laws. Are you surprised joe. And the communist. Marxist democrat party hasn't moved on this sooner. this is unprecedented. But they're they think of themselves as dwight d eisenhower. This is the argument. They're about to make when you hear a prediction here. You're about to hear it. They're gonna say well. We use the federal government to desegregate schools in arkansas. With the little rock nine we brought in the national guard and the governor blinked. Wouldn't we bring in the federal government to go against these racist voting laws. You see. that's why it's so important to set the terms of engagement and the truth of what we're dealing with 'cause then it actually puts guardrails on further involvement or intervention. The biden administration is suing the state of georgia. Legend quote changes to the georgia's election laws were enacted with the purpose of denying and abridging the right of black georgians to vote on account of their color or race. You see they're so worried. That governor brian kemp wants to know the identity and verify the signature of every voter in georgia. The federal government is now swooping in with unlimited resources to crush the state of georgia. Now mind you if this was the case. Why does the biden administration not sue the state of delaware joe biden's state of delaware with stricter voting laws than the state of georgia wisely biden administration. Not suing georgia. The obvious reason is that whatever machine they have set up delaware benefits democrats and benefit benefits. Joe biden quite honestly benefits white politicians because delaware produces a lot of white politicians. Now in georgia it's become a battleground state. Purely in totally manufactured by the democrat party and vichy french neville chamberlain republicans that have always been suing for peace while they get steamrolled by the stacey abrams group of the democrat party and georgia very interestingly. Has this this lawsuit going on. Which by the way ballot inspectors against the georgia georgia judges own orders have just inspected. Those fulton county ballots. You read these affidavits. And you read the realclearpolitics dot com article. They allege thousands of photocopied ballots were counted in this last election. If just a few of those ballots were not counted in the first election. Before the run-off david perdue would have avoided a runoff. With john and david purdue would have been the us senator from georgia instead forced to run off and they got to democrat. Senators from georgia play. Cut one zero five today. The department of justice is suing. The state of georgia are complaint alleges that recent changes to georgia's election laws were enacted with the purpose of denying or abridging the right of black georgians to vote on account of their race or color in violation of section. Two of the voting rights act. There is no evidence of this whatsoever in fact this expands voting on sunday for black communities but the biden administration wants to make a public example. This is the soviet equivalent of this is the american equivalent of a soviet practice called a show trial. They want to put something on display. They want a spectacle you know who this is for. This is for pennsylvania in arizona. This is for other states. This is pure and total democrat style. Intimidation you see one of the kkk's tactics that they used was intimidation trying to show others that. They can't act in a certain way. Now we know that the george election was not done constitutionally. We know the georgia election was done immorally but now the federal government is intervening because they're afraid that raphael warnock is going to lose to potentially herschel walker and run herschel run. I love herschel walker. He's a great guy and he would be rafael. Were knocked by ten points. It would be delicious. Stasi they're worried. They're worried that their current monopoly on power is about to be broken up and because of that the biden administration is coming in and they are unconstitutionally questioning the plenary powers of the state to administer elections as they see fit and nothing in the georgia. Election law violates the civil rights. Act no matter. What merrick garland or the department of justice says but they are worried they know they are standing on fragile footing that the american people are about to displace the democrats from power. Here's one here from mike. Who emailed us in. Charlie live in riverside california. I've been hearing that. Because people are standing up to the left and fighting is critical race theory. The left is gonna teach critical race theory under a different format called transformational social and emotional learning cell. Have you learned this. I went to my school board district site and they have links to transformative sell. I would love more on this. Thank you mike and riverside yes. They are playing linguistic names and change around acronyms of the same hateful. Ideology the same racist ideology. So you should call it. Radical racial education very simple. Are you teaching children about skin color. You should ask educators. This very simple. Here's three questions. You should ask your educators. Take notes do you think. Skin color matters. You think it's important you skin color something important. That's question number one number two. What is race. explain to me. What makes one race different and the other. Please build out to me. The differences between a white person or person and number three. Are you gonna all of a sudden teach children that what matters most in life is things. They cannot control or change those three questions. There should be asked repeatedly clearly and gracefully and concisely of everything every single educator across the country or person in charge of curriculum these ideas already dominated or corporations at many corporations. They believed that skin color is incredibly important. They think that how you look is a value. We hear on the charlie kirk show. How you look is completely and totally irrelevant. We care about who you are care about your character. We care about stuff. That's a lot harder than skin. Colour care about stuff that takes effort skill. Commitment discipline takes work. You see skin color doesn't require any of that stuff. Tribal society is not one. I want to live in a society where over sudden we say. Oh that's where the blacks live as the whites live. We don't talk to each other. We hate each other. And so mike. That's what they want. Because that creates the conditions for two talibanism they want a conditional environment were small. Group of people can control a lot of different things a republic. One thousand people have mutual respect where people know each other that does not allow those sorts of things to occur. Now i wanna read again from aristotle book five. I've read this a couple times in our podcast. And i know some people's eyes glaze over but hear me out. Aristotle of course..

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"trans women" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

06:27 min | 11 months ago

"trans women" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Shipwreck coins. Inflation is here so it's time to tell better stories at your parties by showcasing inflation resistant. One of a kind coins from a collection destined to rise in value friday. So i'm taking your questions this entire hour. Maybe you're in riverside california. Maybe you are in fargo north dakota maybe you are in atlanta or dallas or sarasota tampa an email your thoughts at charlie kirk dot com or. Maybe you are in charlottesville. Virginia i love charlottesville virginia. What a great part of the country or maybe you are in yakima washington. Email us freedom at charlie kirk dot com and. I will take your questions. One question that when our listeners have as a hey charlie. My friends are saying that critical race theory is not being taught in schools that it's a legal theory. How do i handle this. Paul for minnesota while paul congratulations. Thanks for your question and thanks for subscribing to our podcast. You get a signed copy of the magazine doctrine. This is their new talking point their new talking point because we have been playing offense by the way and good job sometimes on this program. We're talking about things that are going wrong. Sometimes we talk about things that need improvement. But i think it's time we actually do. A little bit of a pattern are back. We have put these people on defense and it's been many months of. I will say this though. The left got a little bit of got a little lazy when you agree. Connor right after binds inauguration. They did not preempt this theory fight as well as they have with. Other ones may kind of allowed this grassroots movement to grow and they are playing defense at every turn so this is their new talking point. They're talking point is hey charlie critical race theory. Is this really hard to understand legal theory. Fourth graders aren't learning the best way i can say kind of deconstructed us is that trigonometry is not being taught to fourth graders but is so you're talking about the early principles that will eventually let them grasp these ideas and so no. They're not learning critical race theory learning the beginning stages of it. They're learning the abc's of racism and there is a proper way that we have to handle this. We have to get out of an academic bubble out outside of abstractions. And here's and this is hard for conservatives. We don't like playing brass knuckle politics. We as conservatives prefer a marketplace of ideas but. Would you have a marketplace of ideas with joseph stalin. Now media matters gonna say kirk compares critical race theory to joseph stalin. Well the ideologies are similar to perfectly honest. Would you have a marketplace of ideas with nathan bedford. Forrest nathan bedford. Forrest ran the kkk. He started the kkk. Or do you just call people who are part of the kkk racists and bigots. This is a very difficult thing. Because you don't want to call everyone a racist because we get called that all the time baselessly from the other side but they're actually racist and it's actually very effective because they don't know how to handle it took a carlson said it. Let's play cut ninety eight as an example of this and how we've heard white hate so much lately we've forgotten at the one thing you couldn't do in america is tax based on their skin. Color cut ninety eight white man. There the problem. You hear that so often. They don't pause to consider. What a change. This is used to be only a few years ago that the one thing you couldn't do in america was attacked people in public on the basis of the race. I don't like that group because of their skin color. Let's hurt them. You couldn't say that it was the one unacceptable thing and for very good reason you cannot maintain a multiracial democracy unless people have every color have the same rights and responsibilities under the law in considered of precisely the same moral value under god. Now we are a republic. But i know tucker saying tucker's a dear friend of mine cut one hundred tucker on how critical race theory is in an accurate way to explain what's going on. Here's what you gotta do. If it's in your if it is in your local community you have to be willing to say mad. Look look this person on the is say. You're a bigot. You hate people. and that's it. That's the conversation that they hate other skin. Colors cut one hundred but critical race. Theory is an inaccurate way to describe what's happening. Like so much academic jargon. The phrase critical race theory doesn't mean anything it obscures rather than illuminates. It is designed that way it is designed to confuse you. What's happening in our schools and our military and our government is both simpler and easier to recognize that. It's not critical race theory. It's racism not neo racism or reverse. Racism those are meaningless terms it is race hate is pedal by the people in charge in the hope that will make them more powerful. That's all it is and tucker said something. That's very important to finish the answer to this question. It's designed to confuse you clarity. Leads to decency clarity leads to a respectful country when you are clear about what you believe and why you believe it and then you're clear about what the other person beliefs and why they believe that there really is very little place for chaos clarity creates order critical race theory and woke ism and racism is intentionally trying to make your compass spin. It's intentionally try to make your bearings confused. It's intentionally trying to make you look around. And say i don't recognize this. That's the point they want you all of a sudden the look at your gps navigation. Metaphorically and say. I don't know where i am anymore. You see a confused society. A society without clarity is much more likely to embrace to talibanism. That's the point with massive infusions of intentional confusion. Who i kind of like that. With massive infusions of intentional confusion. You are more likely to bend the knee to the leviathan. Let's get to the next question here. Freedom at charlie. Kirk dot com. You guys can e mail us your questions. This is from sicily putter. Hi charlie.

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Coming out as Queer with Kestral

Coming Out Stories

02:20 min | 1 year ago

Coming out as Queer with Kestral

"You're not going to hear from kestrel vanu. She was trans from a really early age but struggled for years to become the woman she knew she wanted to be. She actually to a self by accident when her brother found her estrogen prescription. And if you're wondering about the name by the way well she's a big fan of cares. The coach film but was also inspired to choose her name after watching a film as a kid where all the old people were killed off by strange virus and children the world and then they renamed themselves off to their favorite animal. I love this day anyway. Now you know make castrol is an interesting one for me. 'cause i've come out as many things at many different times of my life as as many of us have i am a woman ish source of. I'm trans i am not straight. I'm not gay on. So i guess if i would stick a box i would just say queer because i love that. We've liberated to that word. And i love that. It can mean this kind of mellstrom of it doesn't have to necessarily be defined as as one thing so i am queer trans woman. It's interesting because a lot of people i think from certain generation cannot stand the word and i've had people tell me fusing it on the radio. I was talking about unity because they just. It literally hurts them so much because they've been called in the playgrounds and can you that failing as well that logic completely. I was called queer at school as an insole and i grew up went to school during the section twenty era. I'm not informed of how my coming out. Jenny happens and i was desperately terrified of being codes. Queer or cool the fag. And i definitely don't still don't like the f. word there but there's something about the idea that we as a community can take that word back and make it part of our own narrative and turn it into whatever we want the that to me feels really empowering and powerful that said i completely get having gone through what i went through as a child. How difficult a word that is to come back to. It took me a number of years to get comfortable saying.

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Brandon Wolf: The Pulse Survivor Is Optimistic About Gun Reform

LGBTQ&A

02:13 min | 1 year ago

Brandon Wolf: The Pulse Survivor Is Optimistic About Gun Reform

"Week. I can think of no better person to hear from than brandon. Wolff brandon is the survivor of the pulse nightclub shooting and since then has become one of the most visible and vocal activists in our community fighting from gun reform so on today's episode. We're going to do things a bit differently. We're going to revisit an earlier conversation with brandon originally aired on a luminary app. Just a heads up. He does she were few details about the actual shooting at polls. If you'd rather not hear that kind of thing you can scroll head about five minutes but before we do here that i we're gonna call brennan up to check in what he's been doing since we last spoke. Hello hey brandon jeffrey masters. Hey jeffrey how are you. I don't k- i think. Just okay how about you. I'm hanging in there. You know it is There's a lot going on some progress. Being made some challenges. But i'm hanging in there. Thanks you said there's a lot going on and on the morning that we're taping this just for context for everybody this week. We've been in the middle of the derek chauvin trial for the killing of george floyd of you days ago dante. Right twenty year old was killed at a traffic stop last night. Video was released of adam toledo thirteen year old shot in chicago. And this morning we learned about a shooting at a fedex. Facility in indianapolis eight were killed there and seven were injured on top of all of that. Is this epidemic of violence against trans people. Most recently to trans women in north carolina. My home state were killed. Jada peterson and one still unnamed. That makes fourteen trans people that we know of that have been killed just this year. That is almost one a week so when we talk about going numb is that unavoidable for self-preservation or is there a better way to look at it. Well i think it's a great question. And i appreciate you sort of laying it out like that because we're just talking about the things that that are happening right now in this moment really in the last week or two right but this is sort of a drumbeat of violence that is pervasive in american

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Miss Major Griffin-Gracy on Being a Trans Sex Worker in the 60s

LGBTQ&A

02:59 min | 1 year ago

Miss Major Griffin-Gracy on Being a Trans Sex Worker in the 60s

"Back in the sixties before stonewall occurred. Were you involved in activism. Then i was involved with it when my friend. I puppy she was murdered in her apartment. By some man we knew at the time in the community that someone who knew her had merges her and the police did not care. Didn't matter to them at all and that was hurtful to us and so that started my activism. Then i wanted to know what cars people would gave in but the person to look like they got in with when they left and when they came back was important and one of the started keeping notes up when it was to keep up with the john. Because we didn't know what would happen to us then and so back in order to keep yourself safe while you are doing sex work where you will learning by trial and error or did somebody help you teach or mentor. You in that way. It was both you learn. Things did not some until you. You know you've gone by charleston air and you paid attention to web girls how you because you know it all. Nobody does and you've actually said that you loved it doing it. He loved being a sex worker. Would you like about it. Good number of guys especially in hell. I went into this because it was fun. Other girls wind toured for survival to make it. You know and. I would lucky that i've always work. I got a job in social services. Burs and x-ray commit john so with the apartment building that you're living in six floors of trans women if you can like estimate what percentage of them were also doing sex work. Although this could go one is to might not have been doing that but all of us were we active and you know somebody else than the five took de certain activity there and i guess what i'm getting at is like back then. There were very few options for employment. There were none. Billy you had to give job in your mail asala and hopefully work at that. That was too we. Hand the entire buildings epa. Maybe two people with hats lose that it was hard. But i guess being around people who like you did made. It seem comfortable. Amanda worthwhile

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Brian Michael Smith On Making Trans TV History on 9-1-1: Lone Star

LGBTQ&A

02:38 min | 1 year ago

Brian Michael Smith On Making Trans TV History on 9-1-1: Lone Star

"So not only. is it historic. Have this black trans masculine character on such a mainstream tv show but it is equally. important in. Has to be underlined actually that this role is a fireman. He's a hero and he's not built on cliches that we've seen typically what would your reaction when you first read the script for it when i first read the script i mean even before i got the script and i got the audition notice and i'm telling you excited for just a guest role on on nine went and i get the email and it's like series regular audition for nine one. One lonestar transfer firefighter. Who is from the midwest roughneck and is being recruited down to join this new rag. Tag team of elite firefighters. And i was like. Are you kidding me. This is exactly what i want. You know so excited by the character description. I mean we've come a long way in. How characters aren't even describing the breakdowns for auditions. And how respectful they are how much they understand. You know the difference between a trans man trans woman or someone who's non binary. I didn't think there would really be a day when i would be able to play a trans male aerobic character as a regular. Oh and you thought that because looking at the history of film literally hasn't ever been a character like that ever. No no no and i mean one of the amazing things about working on disclosure with. I got a chance to revisit. Some of the things that i saw growing up and then things that i hadn't seen before and as i looked through just hours and hours of film clips from tv shows. I realized like they're very rarely. Has been actual trans. Men characters represented until the late nineties with boys. Don't cry but even then the director had described the character as a female person wanted to be a male and all this kind of stuff. You know she retracted that. But most of the representation that i had seen were female characters women who decided to cross dress as a male for some sort of gain so it was like this you know. Women's empowerment story in male packaging. And at the end of the day. You know once you know her her love life was on the line or you know when she got what she needed her. She proved that she can do anything she takes. All the mail stuff off in becomes woman again. You know there was this whole believe. Almost that transmit don't exist. You know it was always kind of like women in disguise. So i thought either i have to just continue to play this male characters or just. I'd never thought that it would come from a television. Show a series regular role on a network television show

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Aetna Expands Coverage for Gender-Affirming Surgeries

Business Wars Daily

03:02 min | 1 year ago

Aetna Expands Coverage for Gender-Affirming Surgeries

"Twenty twenty one is already looking to be a brighter year for the transgender community. Less than a week. After president joe biden reverse the ban on transgender people serving in the military one of america's largest health insurance companies has agreed to cover additional gender affirming surgeries for trans women for transgender. Women just negotiated a major concession from aetna which is owned by. Cvs healthcare corp. the insurance company has agreed to cover gender affirming surgery like breast augmentation for trans women. In the past the insurance company had covered some gender transition surgeries but stopped short of anything it deemed quote cosmetic each of the four women had been denied coverage for breast augmentation as part of their gender reassignment surgeries. They maintain that the surgery was medically necessary and their doctors. Back them up. Gender dysphoric by definition is the psychological distress. That happens when someone's getting identity is different from their body. And they may seek to transition to align the two most insurance companies cover mastectomies and genital surgeries for those who are transitioning but some procedures that mostly affect trans women's gender transitions procedures like breast augmentation. Facial surgery and voice surgery have traditionally been categorized cosmetic and excluded from coverage according to a report in the hartford current aetna's new policy states that the coverage must be deemed quote medically necessary. The insurance company stated that it will reimburse some women who met this criteria and were denied coverage in the past but had the surgery. Anyway aetna additives told the times that the company had already been reviewing its policies on the matter before this latest negotiation fewer than ten percent of insurance companies in the us typically cover transition related breast augmentation surgery the current reports and some larger carriers have exclusions in november the mother of an illinois teenagers sued blue cross blue shield of illinois for denying treatment for his gender dysphoric according to bloomberg law. The plaintiff maintains that such denial of coverage is a violation of the affordable. Care act which prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in georgia at least two plaintiffs are suing anthem. Blue cross and blue shield in that state for similar exclusions. this may be another milestone. In a new era of recognizing the rights needs of the transgender community. The supreme court ruled last. June that workplace discrimination laws also protected lesbian gay transgender bisexual and queer people. Lgbtq people for short giving this group a big victory in workplace equality but in one of its last acts. The trump administration's department of health and human services finalized a rule permitting social service providers that receive government funds to discriminate on sexual orientation and gender identity. Nbc news reported the biden administration is seeking to reverse that rule so this settlement with aetna is another piece of good news for those seeking gender affirming surgeries and a chance to help trans women feel a little more comfortable in their own bodies

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New York Repeals 'Walking While Trans' Law

All Things Considered

04:16 min | 1 year ago

New York Repeals 'Walking While Trans' Law

"It's 2021. There's no reason that people should still be profiled and police based on how they look or dress this week, New York State repealed all love. It's commonly been called the walking while Trans Bam! And it is a decades old law that has allowed police to stop people in the street for loitering if they were suspected of prostitution, and many advocates and legislators say enforcement of that law has disproportionately affected women and especially transgender women of color. Women have been arrested simply for walking home for standing alone. Talking with friends. W my sees Emily Lang unpacked the news of the repeal and what it means for many transgender women in today's episode of Consider this a news podcast from NPR and W N. Y C. Is that conversation with Rebecca Ibarra? Emily activists have fought for years to repeal this 1976 anti loitering law. So what was their immediate reaction? Activists are definitely relieved. For many. It's hard for them to say that they're elated or happy because they're still so many different ways that black and brown trans women can be harassed under the law or by police. And I mean this is the third time since 2017 that a repeal proposal has had Momenta Min, the state Legislature. So a lot of people are mainly thing. Finally. Um, but for someone like T s candy, who I spoke with men, she's essentially been one of the main faces of this repeal. Candy says, you know, after running up and down the halls of Albany trying to get people to listen now eating my words that she feels like she's now eating her words. We need to clarify Emily that this repeal does not mean people will stop being arrested for engaging in prostitution that's still illegal, right prostitution is still illegal. However, the fact of the matter is that 19% of all trans people and 47% of black trans women have engaged in sex work. And that's according to the U. S Transgender survey, just due to discrimination that trans folks across the board face Sex work is a way to earn an income were as an alternative to relying on homeless shelters and food banks. So while lot of lawmakers who voted for the bill do not support decriminalizing sex work The majority of trans rights activists see this repeal as leading them towards decriminalization. So what, if anything happens to people who have been previously arrested under the law? So this bill Included the ceiling of prior convictions and why that's important is because someone charged with this violation has a criminal record that isn't sealed, and so it can impact their access to housing employment on been many cases, their immigration or asylum seeking process so Norma Oh, Torrio is with make the road New York, and she's a trans right activists and immigrant before the vote. She was speaking at a rally about how being arrested under this statute impacted her ability to apply for residency in the U. S. The visa was arrested in Pacifica. Those can tango, no empathy doctor never off the narrow, which, after two years she still hasn't been able to gain So ceiling could help many people with their immigration status. Leslie what is New York's track record so far protecting the trans community and in that context How big of a change is this? Actually, So In recent years, groups have managed to secure support from Governor Cuomo and passing the Gender expression Nondiscrimination act also known as agenda, which tremendous the human rights law to prohibit discrimination based on gender, identity or expression. They've gotten him to ban conversion therapy on minors. But when the walking while Trans Coalition speaks to a new era, the majority of folks are referring to their fight to de criminalize sex work, which in Albany, there may not be the same support that there was around this repeal, so to be interesting to see how lawmakers respond. That's W and my seat producer Emily Lang talking to Rebecca Ibarra.

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"trans women" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"trans women" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

"Well trans flash is a journalism and storytelling project which aims to Center the humanity of trans people through revealing and unveiling their narratives at a time of social backlash. We believe that finding ignorance is a key to keeping trans people alive. So as I tell everyone retail trans stories to say trans lives, you know, there's obviously been a long epidemic of violence, especially gun violence against the transgender community and it disproportionately impacts trans women of color specifically black women as we've seen just this week. We see over and over again women who've lost their lives and so I was wondering if you log Talk about that for a minute and how that plays into the work that train flashes doing. Yeah, the epidemic of violence and violence involving guns against transgender people is an epidemic and that's not hyperbole that is according to the American Medical Association which classified it as such and I don't think that people understand that the United States has the highest number of murders on record of trans people than any other planet on the country except for Brazil and Mexico and a nine out of ten of those who are murdered are black. And so we have an epidemic of violence against trans people and black Trans women in particular in this country. I literally on a planetary scale that's not surprising when you look at other indicators of violence and incarceration in the United States, but it is still astounding when you hear it off. And the work of trans last is to try to as much as possible to prevent our murders by getting people to see us as humans. You know, the more you examine eyes. Somewhat is the more that you can do harm and violence of it. It's an age-old understanding that we have about ourselves and a part of violence that is driven against black Trans women is that people don't see us as human and against trans people in general. And so consequently we Center our Humanity say you want people to understand that we have dreams that we have have Futures that we have a past that we have families that we have people that love us that we work. We took care of people all of the things that everyone else does because the more that we can do that the less people will harm us and it is an explicit drawing. I have to undermine that and we do that through telling the stories of actual trans people not only myself included but but many many others down and I think it is essential

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Episode 73: Gun Violence and the Murder of Black Trans Women

Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

02:58 min | 1 year ago

Episode 73: Gun Violence and the Murder of Black Trans Women

"Well trans flash is a journalism and storytelling project which aims to Center the humanity of trans people through revealing and unveiling their narratives at a time of social backlash. We believe that finding ignorance is a key to keeping trans people alive. So as I tell everyone retail trans stories to say trans lives, you know, there's obviously been a long epidemic of violence, especially gun violence against the transgender community and it disproportionately impacts trans women of color specifically black women as we've seen just this week. We see over and over again women who've lost their lives and so I was wondering if you log Talk about that for a minute and how that plays into the work that train flashes doing. Yeah, the epidemic of violence and violence involving guns against transgender people is an epidemic and that's not hyperbole that is according to the American Medical Association which classified it as such and I don't think that people understand that the United States has the highest number of murders on record of trans people than any other planet on the country except for Brazil and Mexico and a nine out of ten of those who are murdered are black. And so we have an epidemic of violence against trans people and black Trans women in particular in this country. I literally on a planetary scale that's not surprising when you look at other indicators of violence and incarceration in the United States, but it is still astounding when you hear it off. And the work of trans last is to try to as much as possible to prevent our murders by getting people to see us as humans. You know, the more you examine eyes. Somewhat is the more that you can do harm and violence of it. It's an age-old understanding that we have about ourselves and a part of violence that is driven against black Trans women is that people don't see us as human and against trans people in general. And so consequently we Center our Humanity say you want people to understand that we have dreams that we have have Futures that we have a past that we have families that we have people that love us that we work. We took care of people all of the things that everyone else does because the more that we can do that the less people will harm us and it is an explicit drawing. I have to undermine that and we do that through telling the stories of actual trans people not only myself included but but many many others down and I think it is essential

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"trans women" Discussed on 2020 in Review

2020 in Review

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"trans women" Discussed on 2020 in Review

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"trans women" Discussed on 2020 in Review Playlist

2020 in Review Playlist

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"trans women" Discussed on 2020 in Review Playlist

"Might look because I think it's important for all of us to know she might not be out on the street protesting but you can still be contributing to A system that human icicle. I think a couple of things I mean, there's so many ways in which it manifests. There's a full range of them off. Of course, the behaviors are subtle and extreme it would be like saying what are some of the signs of racism we literally, you know, there are books and seminars on that. So I think it's this it's a similar Way range quite frankly. I think it's important for us to realize that transfer via is an irrational fear or hatred of people who are transgendered pretty straightforward dead. And I think it's really important because the fear plays into that because that can be more of a subtle sorts of things. And so if you believe that trans women are women that's transphobia wage. For example, to be honest. You may not believe it so but it is if you think that you would be nervous using a bathroom with someone who is trans and that someone who is trans would not be using a bathroom. Well, I tell you two things I'd say one you you definitely have done already and just didn't know it and secondly that's transphobia. If you believe that trans people somehow are not are imbalanced.

Report renews call for decriminalizing sex work in Washington DC

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Report renews call for decriminalizing sex work in Washington DC

"A senior associate at Georgetown's O'Neill Institute of National Global Health, saying the big takeaway from their report is decriminalizing sex work would improve the health and safety those who are doing it to survive to meet a cute folks, particularly trans women. Specifically, black Trans women go into sex work, really, to just meet the basic needs So too, you know, earn a living because they're often shut out from employment opportunities because of anti trans discrimination, Lando So says there's a need to address housing and improved access to medical care and HIV programs. Land is also calling on the D. C council to consider the matter of de criminalizing again after the council failed last year to take a vote on a bill Ken Duffy w T O P NEWS Big six Veterans

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The Prison Music Project

Good Life Project

07:08 min | 1 year ago

The Prison Music Project

"I'm really excited just to sort of bounce between the three of you I might. Wow so powerful. So amazing just a such an awesome I can't wait to kind of deconstruct the story in the story behind it with you. Don't WanNa Kinda get off with you. It probably makes sense it just Kinda like dive into. Before you start actually even showing up at folsom before any of this happened what were you up to sounds like you were you were out in the world doing work as singer Songwriter Jimmy certainly the picture of your world before then I twenty five. So I don't know what? Like twenty, five year old singer-songwriter folksinger. To sort of starting my career I quit this band that I was in with my called vermillion lies and we were like this Vaudeville, very theatrical cabaret. It was in that that cabaret renaissance that happened with dressed in dolls and all of that world we're in that. World and then a I quit that band with my sister and then started doing my own thing and right around the same time I started going into the prison. So I had just really started playing my solo music out in the world when I brought it into new folsom. Yeah. What was at that point in your life? What was music to you or for you if fell lied In. It still feels like it has always felt like as soon as I found it, it was like Oh. Yeah. I can't not make this. This is not a choice I'm making this just pours out of me. I'm GonNa, make it whether I share it with people or not but turns out I really love to share it with people. But at the time. I really wanted to write about things outside of myself. Social issues, political issues. Environmental issues and I never really could figure out. How to do it in a way that felt good it always felt contrived or luxury or. Yeah it fell way to able for sure somehow way more vulnerable than singing about my broken heart. Amen to that. Political songs hard. So hard I was working in the prison and working on those songs that brought me to that over many years took a long time for me to be able to write my own collaborating with folks who I mean it's You know folks who are impacted by incarceration, just their lives and their own stories are. You know it's like a social issue because. Incarceration as a social issue. So just writing about their own experience. It is a political song. So being a part of this collaboration, I think opened that door for me which. Were And Zoe were you on each other's radar at that point or like you kind of just doing a shepherd things any awareness of each other or did that happen later on I mean I certainly knew who she was. I did not know who so he was yet. Until she walked into my living room. Yeah. That was a bunch of years later. Yeah. So you end up going to new FOLSOM, which for those who don't know what that is described, what was it, and when you're showing up on the first day, what do you think that you're going there to do? What do you think your commitment is I'm going there to play three concerts? Yes. So new folsom prison, that's this nickname. The official name is California State Prison Sacramento. and. It's right next to the famous folsom prison, which has lower security new folsom is Neil. It's a newer, very plain looking concrete. Facility three buildings three yards houses about three thousand people. Non consensually. And it's a men's prison the as hopefully most listeners know. The prison system, the criminal justice system Miss, genders people a lot. So there were women trans. Women inside the as well. So I just want to mention that when I call it a men's prison. Yeah, and I was there, I committed to playing three concerts and I'd heard about them in advance. Through the person who who ran the program there he brought in artists to perform and teach workshops and stuff, and so I was there to perform and I was gonNA play in a library. To libraries on two separate yards, and then the one concert we were in contact for a few months before I went in an every couple of weeks he'd email me like are you sure you WanNa do this one concert? This is the one for men in solitary confinement. Are you sure you WanNa do this one it's really intense. and. it will never been one to. Shy away from something That might be yeah like emotionally challenging or. I don't want to hide a reality from myself a reality of our. Society I WANNA see it all even if it's ugly maybe especially if it's ugly because I wanNA know. What we're up against I, want to know why we're fighting and to be able to see it and experience it in that way. Yeah it is intense, but it's helpful. So I said, yes. Even I kept checking in and I kept thinking you're asking me again if I really WanNa do this one concert. Okay. So yeah, that's I. I didn't know really what to expect even though he told me but it's different to hear. To hear him describe it in. He told me you know you're going to be playing for these. People in cages, they'll be in these little cages when you play for them in this little room. And I just. It doesn't matter how much you hear a description of that seeing is. Totally different thing I mean. You know how you feel when you see an animal in a cage. It's a human being so it's just like ample. You know when you go to the zoo and you're like man I'm really sad. Well, you can identify with a human way more than you can identify with an animal and it's just like. I mean I think it's a yeah it's I. Think it's traumatizing to be in that environment even when you're not the person who's being. Caged and so I think about. Prison staff to just anyone who has to be in an environment where that level of dehumanisation is happening on a daily basis. It's. I think it's I really think it's dehumanizing for everyone which is not to. Diminish the fact that it is obviously much much worse and much more unfair for the incarcerated people.

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A Look at Jennie Livingston's 1990 documentary Paris is Burning

Queer as Fact

06:03 min | 1 year ago

A Look at Jennie Livingston's 1990 documentary Paris is Burning

"Hello and welcome to Queer as fiction we talk about Queer historical media I'm Jason and I may lie and today we're talking about Jenny. Livingston's nineteen ninety. Documentary. Paris's Bang. Before we start, we have a few called him warnings to this episode. This episode contains mentions of Racism Transphobia Homophobia the AIDS epidemic murder and family rejection. It also contains the use of outdated language surefooted by Queer people on people, call it in courts. If any of that sounds like something, you don't want to listen to please feel free to check out one of. Our other episodes. So I wanted to stop this episode by explaining what is Paris's banning because I feel like a lot of listeners probably a pretty good understanding of this documentary. Some very young listeners may not have seen it. I said Hanson had you seen it before we researched this ups lot no but I had a pirated version of a hard drive for decades. I love with things and have adhd. reasonable. So I was aware of it but I hadn't actually seen it. Yeah. I think I heard the name but didn't know what it was. So Paris is burning is a documentary about the bowl culture scene of New York in the nineteen eighties prominently featuring the African American and Latin American members of that community many among gay and or trans. It documents how they lives intersect with the Bulls the form, the Bulls tight and contains several interviews, participants, explaining concepts, such shade, realness reading, and legendary woods that may be familiar to a modern audience given how by propagated in popular drag culture. Yeah on TIKTOK. The documentary features no narration and very little dialogue from the interview wide lesbian filmmaker. Jenny. Livingston prominent members of several houses in the scene featured including pepple of Asia during Corey Angie Extravaganza and Willi? Ninja. I'll make a nerd here on pronounce while several of the performance featured in Paris boning. Ambiguously Trans Women and so I'm GonNa to share pronounced where I don't have specific evidence I. Do want to note that pepple of Asia describes himself in the documentary is not being woman not understanding the experience of womanhood and being on In a sex change however, her two thousand and three obituary in the new. York. Times describes her as preferring in pronounce ongoing with that as the more recent source compared to this documentary which was filmed in the eighties. So having talked about what Paris has been is I want to I going to kind of how was made so as described by Academic Lucas, Hildebrand in his twenty thirteen book quit film classics Piracy's Boning, which was a major source when I was researching this episode Livingston was taking a film production class at NEOCON. INVESTI windshield observed three young men voguish in Washington. Square Park after asking what they were doing she was invited to an upcoming bowl and soon thereafter began documenting the scene via black and white photographs and audio interviews which were kind of the mediums in which she worked at the time. She was really documentary filmmaker. This was her first data and she since gone on to make several more films which obviously less notable. Because I don't know what they. Yeah. That's pretty wild. Are they on like queer things. Yeah I, believe her I think there's like Queer Antenna. Seems to many of her films. So yeah, it was only the light of that. She began filming the balls and coming up with the idea of turning these into a documentary. Film took seven years to make in no small pod Judah. The struggles Livingston had funding its production. She initially intended it to be appealing observational documentary just kind of following the lives of the Queen's involved in the same but lacked the funding to shoot the endless hours of footage that would be required for such a production. I'm not really an expert on how documentary films of made. Films something like seventy or eighty hours of footage as it is. So like, wow, that must have been. Lot of what is required for something without the kind of caught away stained. Interesting to think about funding a project like this in like post the iphone world. Because there's like a very like obviously a useless modern. Just, film it like whistle the money going yeah. It's like it's interesting. She talks about the various ways in which the film was funded was funded by a bunch of different organization. Thirteen. Different organizations contributed funding including the baby say. And she stalked interviews about how? It's the late eighties you conscious show someone from the BBC your footage you have to fly someone out from. England oh. Wow. Yeah. My Gosh and show them a physical film real. So is that indicative of a certain level of like promises project was seen to have if she was able to show it to someone like that or did this happen quite routinely it was just logistically difficult Y-. Oh. Yeah. So instead of a purely observational documentary, the earlier interviews that she'd recorded were bought back and more interviews were conducted. Most notably interviews conducted in one thousand, nine, hundred, nine broad sense of narrative to the film by depicting the commercial success of Willi Ninja, as well as the tragic murder of Vance Extravaganza young star in the bowl seen who features prominently throughout the Documentary Livingston has self describes the film making process as followers. Suddenly, the people I filmed worked with me in pop because I represented a chance to speak out to be in front of a camera to show off I, consider Paris burning collaboration on the deepest level, the people who. Are Articulate funny poised while the editor and I made coherent full that we saw the documentary was truly written by the bowl people themselves I use that quite because questions of narrative agency consent and understanding of the nature of the documentaries production became deeply controversial upon the film's release and will form a pot about lighter discussion. But before we get into that, I wanted to do a bit

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"trans women" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

08:08 min | 2 years ago

"trans women" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"CVM well this is the direction in which this country seems to be going were reflected in what's happening elsewhere. a transgender activists have terrorized a women's a rape crisis center are covering it with hateful graffiti a saying of trans women are women why would anybody vandalize a rape crisis center what kind of twisted mind would do this. this. New World War the feelings of trans gender individuals trump common sense. and the privacy of everybody putting those people are going to a rape crisis center. the rape relief and women's shelter this is Vancouver. images of vandalism on their store front the space used for meetings events of support groups. killed truths of terse would be. those of us who are not transgender. and a half turnips and purpose and go home you're not welcome transgender women are women and friends power all scroll across the window we know in a magic marker black marker church for the blissfully ignorant myself among idle because of a stand for trans exclusionary radical feminist. a radical feminist aren't interested in excluding friends of them to five people for anything what they're interested in this. protecting certain spaces does it mean for women and girls. but apparently the trans community being ever more militant and being actually protected and encouraged by people of the radical left. have decided that they're going to target rape relief and women's shelters. in a rape crisis centers. because somehow the rape crisis center discriminates against them. follow this logic if you what. the transgender women or biological males. they are going to disrupt women's crisis rage centers. because they're not given the opportunity to use the facilities. because as males they have not been raped. but they identify as women. so they feel they. should be raped I guess so that they could use the rape crisis center and until that does designation is given. the transgender women or women it eliminates the concept of being a woman if anybody can declare I'm a woman if anybody can declare I'm a guy what are you able to identify this week in for folks with a kind of gender dysphoria there are treatments and frankly somebody's transgender if they leave me alone Frank I leave them alone I'm a pretty lazy for kind of guy that kind of stuff I just no I don't see the big parades I don't I shouldn't do Prazer of just go just you leave me alone I'll leave you alone the world's good qualified you all leave them alone also but the truth of the matter is these people really need help these trans gender types I mean you know for a man to believe that he's a woman a woman fully believe that she's a man on any given day it is it is it is just one part I mean the. they really need I think some kind of a mental health treatment what those treatments exist but the culture now says that what has been described in the diagnostic okay psychiatrist use as gender does for your generous phobia one of the two of that apparently now culturally we can't recognize that now it's a person's individual choice no matter how confused at individual happens to be that again look if they're not they're functioning fine the society of somebody wants to wear a dress and happens to have of the twig and berries you know what fine our ball while the you you don't bother me life because a lot of this is a stretch but it's a little bit like Joe Biden who you know thanks to the voters shouldn't focus on finer details details facts but that no it's not that far stretch because the concept on the political left is being able to speak your truth as if there are a number of different truths out there so if your truth is that your actually a man while you're actually physically a woman in the course of the DNA it's it's in the double helix man this is not something by clipping off parts you can change yourself nor are we heading down George Orwell's path well we're heading down. this is Alice Huxley this Brave New World I mean to you but yeah we're we're heading down the path that science fiction writers award is about years and years ago our people simply decide well is this week I think I'm a girl have a. I remember a little pretty. a horse. you know one day you might feel like a horse that could be well you might be able to enter in the Kentucky Derby who knows my understanding is that a horse is a horse up to like a horse of course. by the way Joe Biden who talked about how weak his candidacy is got minutes ago he's a bright bar Joe Biden is downplaying his potential Iowa caucus loss. the Iowa caucus is five months from now he's already. this is not an excuse all right he's really he's dull playing well you know of course I can probably lose our why what do real well over half sure but you know it's it's okay. so I think your analysis is right on the Joe Biden by here is and will be a crippled Canada mostly with making. yeah most of his own making I think once you get to narrow down you know two five candidates and he's still in the bunch I I in fact I don't even believe is going to make the five cut you know to be honest with you I think he's going to be out before it narrows down to five article go to the first handful primers and then drop out because I don't think he'll do very well in most of primary states but what would be really curious would be of either Bernie Sanders or second or Warren I've decided to drop out if either one of them drops out there voters are not gonna go to jail by their horse will go to the other I don't see either one of them dropping out to be honest with you I mean Bernie Sanders even though he's dropping in the polls and Elizabeth Warren seems to be picking up where he left off I don't see either one just throwing on the run a little white tile but as it stands now that means that Democrats were potentially either have a grumpy old white guy or a native American. at the top of the ticket. well I'm not sure either of those individuals can actually win and the general election and I would think that there are enough professionals still and the Democrat party to want to choose somebody who might have a chance and that's not gonna be by miss not could be Bernie Sanders is not twenty seconds Warren so you could end up with a nominee like camel Heris our Peabody ginger well I don't think he's gonna make a lighter a song of that just you know call you and try to read the tea leaves see what's happening around the corner and world if there's no consensus let's say the law by the the Iowa caucus or right after the Iowa caucus. I'm you know I I hate I hate to say this but I wouldn't be surprised if at that point Hillary Clinton says wait a minute there's no clear cut the water here yup all oil third time. during her forces and are just waiting for the party to demand that she wrote. I'm staying out of it but the party has called me to run again. which case. more oh boy or talk about you know the throw in the middle of this can be a wonderful rematch. our talk radio six eighty WCBS Schaller Frank in the morning personal you're in for Sean Casey seven forty five traffic.

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"trans women" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

Gettin' Grown

05:25 min | 3 years ago

"trans women" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

"Keeps us from exploring and thinking in ways that expand our perspective instead of constricting confine it and how like, you know, how when you're frayed when you're panicked. You don't think properly, you don't think clearly, and you just so focused on finding a solution that you don't always accurately assess your situation, and how limiting that is to you as a person and how that kinda keeps you where you are instead of imagining beyond your current situation. And you know, she goes on and talk about how we use rage. As a tool for not only fear and rage being bold enough to question the things that we are angry about is the only way that we get to. Dismantling the things that are contributing to what are is oppressing us are holding us back. So just I mean now that I'm thinking about it. I think rage is an active faith. Because we think about it, right? Rage is is letting go of the fear of being judged for being angry is letting go of the fear of. What what rage is going to look like other people it's going to feel about. Yeah. And how they define it. And you're deciding to take it and to run with it and to be vocal about it. And and given the history that we have the the fear that is like systematically designed to be a a thread of our lives. I think rage becomes an active eighth. That makes sense because Britney talks about how rage then becomes the fuel. That drives our passion to do the work. How rages the mobilizer? Yeah. Like fear keeps us stagnant. Instill in scared to move forward and rages like nam join. What's your last one eight and then we'll wrap atop my last one. Is. Is I like how she called out a lot of people who call themselves for Munis where she said. She was doing a black girl. Call out she was doing a black girl call out 'cause she did it to him onto in. That was the section that I was talking about. And she said let me see where to start this disdain thing. Okay. She talks about the problematic viewpoint from Tim onto like Tremont talks about feminism in what it means in the equality, but how she separated women from trans women. And she said in Brittany says instead, she said there are women in their trans women, and while his okay to acknowledge that all kinds of women whether white black indigenous Latina Asian SIS, gender, non conforming trans quit by or straight might have different experiences is not cool to act as though trans women are in some entirely separate category from the more general category of women that is something that feminism needs to be clear on that. If that it isn't feminism if all women's concerns, particularly the most. Marginalize women's residents aren't taking seriously. Yep. I really I love that. I thought that was 'cause it's very pointed. She she talked a lot in the beginning about some of the problematic ways are very narrow minds that that hetero women can have that said that right? Right. Okay. Jay, try. I'm trying. I got called. You got call. It all out misbehavior went my. I'll try to be. But there's a very narrow mentality that a lot of SIS hetero, straight straight women can have. And we have to remember that. If we're going to call ourselves feminists that we are speaking on behalf of all women, especially those who are marginalized or the most marginalized are getting killed at alarming rain, just I mean alarming rates, but and that is that's a big issue to talk about. But we gotta start with the fact that we need to acknowledge them as women's well. Yes. And that's you know, that's where it begins in how we change our mentality, and how we view each other. So that was that was important to me. I like them. Absolutely. So Britney, we speak your name this. Absolutely this book was it. Come join us at the kitchen table, we got snacks. Or if you wanna come to the real table, my houses open, I won't get no carbs. I know she going to get right? Right. Right. Leafy green? Honestly, eloquent rage is is not just the book that you re one time I feel like it will be a point of reference for me going forward as we continue through getting grown and other means to just level on black women and prioritize. Again, not at the expense of prioritizing any other group..

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"trans women" Discussed on Queer as Fact

Queer as Fact

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"trans women" Discussed on Queer as Fact

"He and some people would call them she based on like that person's individual idea about what was going on with stormies gender or how gender functioned in general like with that guy saying like if it walks like a duck kind of thing, but Kercheval stolen wasn't hearing a lot of people using handshake per annum into change ably as recognition that stole me didn't necessarily full neatly within the gender binary people like switching, you know, in different settings necessarily. I don't I know. don't know because I don't know how this would apply to stormy, but in all the settings of drag you, do you think people using say if you've got a drag king using he pronouns about this stage persona. Well, they'll on stayed and she renounced their woman win their mouth stage. But throw presentation wasn't different Arnold. Stay. So I don't know they would spirit that. Yeah. I don't know. I just I think it's interesting that we can take this example of people using Hinchey pronounce at the time, and then potentially decided to use both he and shape or announce flake, arguably, quite different reasons. I'd like I'm not saying we need to conclude anything like necessarily change language on the basis of that. I just think it's interesting. Yeah. So do we know if there was much of a difference? Like, I know we've said that story still dressed in a masculine way of stay. But is there a difference in lake the levels of masculinity that they perform? Warm on and off stage. Where like is there a different synthesizer avail or did they essentially like create a dragging persona? And then just be like, oh, I guess this is me now for them. I think the way stormy talks about it. They didn't they can really create a drag in it. They just put on a suit. And then they just continue to go about their life. Interesting. Yeah. That was that court before west oh me. It was like I didn't change anything. I just they just caught the him and put on a suit and then went about their life, but on and off stage, and they do specifically say like, I was still me. I didn't change anything. Yeah. So I don't think they really had an onstage persona and they do contrast with the drag Queen play performed with who in the jewel box all took on specific like female role. So one was Cleopatra on Helen of Troy and plays. Politically contrast the way the drag queens put on Wednesdays to the way, they would just themselves and they're wearing a suit. But I feel like sure these drag queens all like literally playing a role in none of these people. What actually? Liam patra yet. But some of them at least. Yeah. Trans women and some of them weren't trans women still would have been genuine, conforming gender, non conforming, or that femininity would have still been a key part of their presentation, all stay and so forth. So where it was like on this. I know I know, but this possibly still a difference between this sort of onstage persona. I don't know really what drag look like in this period, but the drag that we say now is very theatrical. It was very theatrical. But not not as hand doctors in his today, Pepsi way to sign that like the fact that the gimmick of the show was that you had to guess, which one was actually a woman one of the drag queens in the show says the jewel box was not considered drag, but female customization I have been trying to it at drag. There are nuances here that I haven't going to just so basically the distinction that's made with boys drag queens and drag kings female has nation. Unmanned Lukasz nation is that drag is really performance of hand up got always parody performance of agenda and female, impersonation or mail and passenger is the more realistic performance at the Genda Paris Todd who's this drag Queen talking about this says the object was to fool the audience into believing. We were real women who. Okay. So is Paris told I'm pretty sure Paris twenties. A man, but I can't say that with a hundred percent Kalman's. I mean, frankly, I think Nevada held much racist. She did on power stored could you really racial while. I mean that was another one of the drag queens in the show..

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"trans women" Discussed on Eating For Free

Eating For Free

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"trans women" Discussed on Eating For Free

"They're humans to way more comment by saying that having a dick is therefore your forever, man. No matter what you do to your body is. Ridiculous and defies science, it defies common sense and validating that critique has been the basis for so much transphobic violence discrimination. Sure bitchy basis of so many jenex in general, do you know, how many trans women who have fully transitioned in terms of genitalia or SRS surgery? Whatever you have still get murdered because the threat of them at one point having a dick sends men into murderous rage. Because the idea about the eagles manliness or being a man is something that is so threatening to people like that is what I think people don't understand about the correlation with genitalia and essential ISM in gender. Is that no matter what you say. You might call a trans woman a woman to her face. But if you believe that what is under her skirt or. In her pants, or whatever she chooses to wear defines, her person hood, no matter what you say, you could call me a woman to my face. But I know forever that you actually just think I'm a man because that basis is that basis of thinking is the basis for so much violence that I've been a victim of that people in no have been a victim of there are studies countless studies that have proven again, and again, and again that trans women face the same gendered violence as this woman that oftentimes transient phase gendered violence, not only from tr- SIS men, but says women that all of the things ciswomen claim they need exclusively for in shelters are also experienced by trans woman like they said, we don't want trans women in our rape shelters because it's the one place where free of men, but guess who also gets raped by men trans women. It's just like so eight it's it's not it's not even ignorant. It's a level of delusion that actually can't contend with. No, I'm sorry. I'm getting so probably speaking out of turn. But like, it makes me so irate. What's embedded in the same shit in the same backwards. Ideologies that they're saying that they're moved past from. But they are obviously stolen hundred percent react. And like here, you usually read the guardian US reaction to the within the you don't you re day. Yeah. So this was so bad that the guardian had to actually write entire articles around November of last year about what the UK say they said, quote, the editorial was an attempt to make sense of growing debate about trans rights in the UK while focus on the gender recognition act, the serial and resulting conversations have exposed some of the fundamental divides between American and British feminism and progressive politics and highlighted for us an alarming intolerance of trans viewpoints in the mainstream at UK discourse. The tutorial used a UK legal debate about ID's to argue that trans writes, quote, unquote, collide with SIS women's rights the equality for trans woman quote could adversely affect. Other women in allowing transmitted to access public spaces threatened SIS woman's safety. These arguments were met with particular just in the US as the echoed the positions of anti trans legislators who have been pushed overtly transphobic, bathroom bills, the royals unsubstantiated arguments only served to dehumanize in stigmatize transpeople numerous academic studies have confirmed that trans exclusive inclusive policies do not endanger says people on the contrary. There is an overwhelming evidence at transpeople, particularly will move color are victimize at disproportionately high rates and suffer abuse in places. A public accommodations levels of HIV in depression are at crisis levels all brought about the extreme prejudice and social and economic marginalization Transi boy, the also three times more likely to be sexually assaulted insist people which may all the more troubling that the editorial pointed out that they can be excluded from rape support services in the UK like ciswomen, transmit are subject to gender violence and misogyny. It's like right fucking there..

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"trans women" Discussed on Eating For Free

Eating For Free

04:56 min | 3 years ago

"trans women" Discussed on Eating For Free

"So I'm going to kind of break down some of the things that I saw from just reading what I saw from the links, by the way shout out to this person. Do you want to get your point across literally one two three four? Five six seven eight nine ten eleven twelve embedded links. And by the Winky you God we're going to go through most of them break him down. So we of tell you what they were saying in a way that's lot more in depth. So serves the attention good reads version of the Email is that these people have been funding transphobic attacks in to basically, derailed talks of expanding and quickening the process and protections for trans people as what is surely trans women because something that I thought was very interesting is that a lot of these places like mum's net or women's place or fairplay for women have actually said that because trans men don't have penises. They're more, okay. With trans men being in males vases. But it's the violence of the penis that makes trans women dangerous. That was the theme of so so much there. Listen, I mean, we will break down. Okay. Yeah. What a hundred percent don't agree with that. If a stupid dumb bullshit ridiculous like about like nineteen sixty nonsense where it was like it remember in the ninety s when it was like don't hang around gay people because they're going to make your kids gay. That's literally what does know much what we find out here. And also, I think was so funny is that through all these articles. You can see people that are critiquing it or getting involved saying just like far right extremists in the US had been doing. And they mentioned the same arguments of these claimed feminists are making so wild. There was something really interesting at the heart of this that I think goes to show how I don't wanna say behind UK politics are when it comes to trans rights. But it's interesting to me that the guardian UK basically published an article, which I will quickly summarize with you. What I read of it was basically, a we're not taking both sides but heavily. Inning towards turfs in the UK. But what's interesting to me is they actually labeled turf a slur. And how the real term is gender critical feminist, which is such a crock of shit. Also, the people that use the term turfs in have made that term what it is today. You're literally just saying that that's an invalid critique of group people that are talking transpeople people. So is that your place? No, basically, what the guardian UK said is like listen trans women are men because they have penises even when they don't have penises it's hard to tell if they do. And so allowing them into spaces where women have usually had exclusivity promotes violence against women as well as threatens the safety and wellbeing of women, but trans people are also discriminated against. So we understand that their feelings might get hurt which is. Unit that is it is literally the US media when jussie smollet got attacked in a hate crime, a racist, homophobic, hate crime that was maga- fueled by maga- and Donald Trump's policies and beliefs the media here in the US labeled it as a potential alleged like hate crime racially motivated attack racially motivated like so a racist crime. No, the fact that they poured a chemical on him and robbed a noose around his neck has that just racially motivated. It's not actually a hate crime upward. That is a okay, I'm not going to really do. You know, what I'm basically saying? Like, we're not saying what this is. We're validating them by not saying what it is. And even though we're saying we're not taking a side by giving these people a platform, you're implicitly taking. Side. And so I've wanted to just go right off the bat before we go breaking down in the articles in please do your research because when people say that you can say, you're a woman, but your genitals are that of a quote, unquote, man, therefore, you are still a man, even if you identify as a woman is bullshit. Haley has insys there is significant research proving the genitalia often has no basis on sex. And that there are people in this world with genitals. That do not look like the genitals. They teach you in your little sixth grade, sex education courses that are not invalid human beings or fruits of nature because they don't have the binary system you've been ingrained with since birth..

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"trans women" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

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"trans women" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"This great every night. I actually this is our new bedtime routine. I put both my son and my daughter on my back. He climbs up first because he's smaller than she pushes him from back. They climb up onto my back, and I put on this theme. And then I just run around the house, and then then they throw them into bed and they go to sleep, which is great. Okay. Time for some things that I hate. So I know that we are now rebelling against gender norms generals after a bell against them because they are inconvenient. Apparently. It's now every year. There's a thing where people say that this is the thing. And it's not a thing. He just because the media say something is the thing doesn't mean. It's the thing. There's a whole article over people dot com about Janu, Harry because it's January, but it's January. What is it? It's a bunch of women who decided that they didn't want to shave their armpits and legs anymore. January encourages women to embrace their body here by growing it out throughout the month. This new craze was started by Laura Jackson, like what constitutes a craze like seven people. This new craze was started by Laura Jackson drama student at the university of Exeter in the UK after she noticed the difference in how she felt when she grew out her body here for rule, right? Probably warmer. She posted a selfie. I on her Instagram account. I grew up my body here for performance as part of my drama degree in may twenty eighteen parents, never let your kids major drama shows. There have been some parts that were challenging for me and others that really opened my eyes to the taboo body here on women after a few weeks of getting used to it. I started to like my natural hair. I also started to like the lack of uncomfortable episodes of shaving though, I felt liberated more confident myself some people around me didn't understand why didn't shave and didn't agree with it. Well, not everybody has to like, your personal behavioral choices like this is one of my favorite things is folks who decide to buck certain societal norms like, but people don't like it when I do that. Right. And you don't like the societal more your problem like people don't have to like, your your armpit hair? Congratulations lady. So I realize there's still so much more for us to be able to do to accept one another fully and truly. Like, she being discriminated against because of by like, this this new thing on the part of leftists that they get to decide who you are sexually attracted to is astonishing to me they've done this with graduate transgenderism as well, they they will say with regard to transgenderism, for example, that if you are a man, and you will not date a trans woman. This is because you are transphobic. So in other words, if I don't want to date a man who says he woman, that's because I fear trans women. So now, you're gonna dictate I'm sexually attracted to God at okay? And this is just another one of these. Okay. Well, listen, you cannot shave your armpit here. That's fine. But don't be surprised when people judge you and think that you're kind of a Kook I tell you lady. Okay. Other things that I hate to be SOS is getting divorced is getting divorced because he was basically having an affair with the next door neighbor, which is amazing. I mean, the dude is worth what one hundred and forty four billion dollars. He's worth one hundred and forty four billion dollars. And he ended up having an affair with the wife of his next door neighbor. I mean, you figure he has. I mean, he has Amazon prime has access to anyone in the world. He couldn't go within like with outside of ten mile radius. I guess he's ordering from Amazon fresh in any case. Jeff bezos. Was was sending all sorts of of kind of solicitous texts to this lady his wife found out about now. She's divorcing him. She made the best people think he made he was a investor. She made the best investment of all time. Right. She spent twenty five years investing in this. And now it's gonna pay off to the tune of seventy billion dollars. President from hates Jeff Bezos. Because Jeff Bezos owns the Washington Post. I kind of like Jeff Bezos outside of his personal life. It sounds like he's kind of a scumbag in his personal life..

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