The official doctrine, since 2015, has been that any man can become a woman simply by dressing up like one, which effectively means that women do not actually exist. What’s more, because these men pretending to be women are now real women but not considered real women by everyone yet, not considered as beautiful or as feminine as real women, real women now have something called “vaginal privilege,” which they must repent of.
As we reported earlier this week, Madam Rowling is in trouble with the brutal mob she helped create for claiming that women exist.
Now, her very own creation, come to life, is condemning her, lecturing her on the fact that yes, any man can choose to become a woman, and if any woman has a problem with that, she needs to shut her mouth because she is pure evil.
Check your vaginal privilege, Rowling.
Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe has joined the internet pile-on aimed at JK Rowling, after the famous author dared to suggest that biological sex is a real thing. His entrance into the cultural fracas split social media.
Rowling was bombarded with Twitter scorn after expressing exasperation over an article that referred to “people who menstruate” – while declining to identify these type of people as women.
Radcliffe, it seems, has decided to join the pitchfork-wielding trans activists who claim Rowling crossed a dangerous red line.
The 30-year-old actor – who mainly owes his career to his role as the protagonist in Rowling’s book series – released a mini-essay to set the author straight.
— Cherry Wallis (@CherryWallis) June 9, 2020
“Transgender women are women,” Radcliffe insisted. “Any statement to the contrary erases the identity and dignity of transgender people and goes against all advice given by professional health care associations who have far more expertise on this subject matter than either Jo or I.”
He claimed, however, that his decision to admonish Rowling was not proof of “in-fighting” between the pair. It appears that many of his adoring fans agreed with him.
“An example of privilege being leveraged for the greater good,” cooed one Twitter user. Others praised Radcliffe for his “beautiful statement” and said his decision to speak out was “true magic”.
Yes, Radcliffe is brimming with privilege. Jewish privilege. It’s how such a monstrous figure became a movie star: by partaking in the privilege of Jewish nepotism.
May the tranny gods bless this Jew for using that Jewish privilege for the good of men with penises.
If everything is starting to feel like a bad acid trip to you, just know: you’re not alone.