‘Making my blood boil’: Megyn Kelly drops the f-bomb in fierce, visceral outburst in defense of women

A visibly angered Megyn Kelly proclaimed on her show that biological men, who identify as transgender and claim to have a gynecologist, make her “blood boil” because women have physical challenges that men will never have regardless of what gender they claim to be.

(Video Credit: Megyn Kelly)

The independent journalist made her comments on the “Megyn Kelly Show” Thursday. During the segment, she referenced an incident that occurred in California this month where a teenage girl spoke up at a city council meeting recounting how she was terrified when she saw Christynne Wood, a biological male who identifies as a transgender woman, naked in a YMCA locker room. Staff allegedly dismissed her concerns over it.

“It’s making my blood boil that Christynne claims to have a gynecologist!” Kelly angrily stated. “We [women] actually have things we need to worry about like ovarian cancer or other kinds of cancers that you can get. You have to get a breast exam, you’re constantly worrying whether they’re going to find a lump and how that could go there. There are things that are particular to that exam and that relationship that no f***ing man is ever going to have.”

That guy doesn’t have a gynecologist,” she asserted. “That guy has a hole that a surgeon created at best. It’s infuriating because there are things that make women special.”

Kelly had two guests on her show who were in total agreement with her. Bethany Mandel and Mary Katharine Ham asserted that it is offensive for people to “take away everything that is unique and powerful for women.”

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“It makes me equally enraged when we talk about birthing persons because what it does is, it breaks us down as women into vessels,” Mandel claimed. “Society would never have survived, humanity would not exist if men had to be pregnant. They take all that away from women and then they try to take it on and say, ‘We are birthing persons. Men can be pregnant.’ No, no, no, no, no. That’s a joy that is only for us.”

“It is amazing to me that so many feminists who will stipulate that women are special in these ways, and they face special threats,” Ham noted. “And they know all of these things are true while also contending that we’re not allowed to worry about this at all.”

Kelly pointed out that the differences between men and women should be celebrated instead of dismissed and denigrated under the guise of inclusivity.

“That beautiful male bicep, that great shoulder that the guy gets … and the firm bottoms that we’ll never have,” Kelly elaborated. “Their natural instinct to protect us, their chivalry, the way a man shows his tenderness toward a baby in a way that’s different than the mom does.”

“All those things are so beautiful and they’re meaningful,” she insisted. “They’re there because of thousands of years of evolution, in the way we used to have to live, in the way we do now, and they cannot be dismissed as a nothing because you went to see a surgeon.”

Former Arizona Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake was bowled over by Kelly’s show and her statements on the issue, “Wow. Stop what you’re doing and watch this video of @megynkelly defending women. I was blown away. This is so important. Thank you, Megyn.”

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