‘You need someone like me to say it’: Trans influencer rails against BS pronouns created out of boredom

A YouTube influencer who considers himself a woman went on a profanity-laced tirade against pronoun “bullsh*t” with a decidedly non-woke take on its origin.

Jeffree Star, who promotes his own line of cosmetics and boasts around 6.4 million followers on Twitter and nearly 14 million on Instagram, made waves among alphabet activists this week after he spoke his mind about “stupid” pronoun politics. Snippets of an interview went viral and captured Star’s strongly held belief in pronoun binaries.

“I’m not into all the other bullsh*t, I think-” he began before his interviewer asked, “What other bullsh*t?”

“The ‘they’ and ‘them,'” Star proceeded to explain before cutting to the chase on when pronouns became prevalent topics of conversation, “and all that extra sh*t that we added during the pandemic because everyone was so bored in their f*cking houses. They just started to make up more sh*t and more stuff.”

Warning: VERY STRONG Language

“That’s where conservatives like me because I’m just real,” he tacked on.

That point was readily apparent by the slew of positive reactions Star got for abandoning the woke language game including one self-described “Air Force brat” who admitted, “I can’t believe I’m agreeing with a guy wearing more makeup than a Kardashian.”

The influencer wasn’t done there as he continued to make his case, albeit from the biased perspective of a glammed up man in a dress, “You’re not ‘they’ and ‘them,’ you’re trans — you’re male or female, and people get so mad when I say that.”

“How are you a ‘they,’ what the f*ck does that mean?” Star snapped. “It’s stupid is what it is.”

To really land his point on the problem with leftist ideologues, Star concluded his point on our broken culture by contending that any man who used similar logic to come to the same conclusions, sans eye shadow and high heels, would get *ahem* dragged for lacking the authority to speak on a subject that progressives have deemed off limits.

“But you need someone like me that looks like me to say it, because if you say it, it turns into you’re homophobic, you hate trans people, you hate gays, and it’s just how you feel,” he outlined. “You don’t hate anyone. You just think it’s stupid.”

Of course, though otherwise typically the case, Star’s closing argument wasn’t something proponents of the trans identity movement were willing to cede any ground on. The amount of support the influencer got for speaking his mind was matched by the amount of hate stemming from the “inclusive” left who considered his remarks to be throwing their community under the bus.

Those reactions only further strengthened the point that the longer inane ideas are supported and ceded ground to, the more out of control and radical they will ultimately become.

Republished with permission from American Wire News Service


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