Man is named ‘Woman of the Year’

Man is named ‘Woman of the Year’

“Ladies and gentlemen – or however you self-identify on the gender identity spectrum – please welcome lovely Glamour Woman of the Year Laverne Cox!”

That’s how lesbian actress Jodie Foster introduced transgender actress/activist (Charles) Laverne Cox at the Glamour magazine event. In the magazine, the article on Cox was titled “The Advocate.”

The magazine said “she” was chosen because “Her unparelleled candor, courage, and eloquence have helped us understand a community that is far too often misunderstood. She teaches us that gender identity lives, first and foremost, in our hearts and minds.” This was a quote from Katie Couric. She’s surely still making up for asking Cox on her now-discontinued talk show about the genitals. That’s considered the rudest possible attempt to remind people this is all an ideological exercise. “She” still has a penis. So focus on “hearts and minds.”

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