The treatment: a cucumber shoved up her ass and gorilla-glued there so she’s stop talking shit.
What is it with these Hollyweird cunts?
She be a fat ho, too!
A nine-page Instagram post, shared by the 28-year-old singer this week, expressed staunch opposition to the soirées – where expectant parents announce the gender of their baby through any variety of items being unveiled in pink or blue.
The lengthy post, which was originally shared online by a trans activist, went on to assert that basing a baby’s gender on their genitalia is ‘inconsistent with science’.
The series of text images, entitled ‘Why Gender Reveals Are Transphobic’, began: ‘It’s both insincere and incorrect to pretend that gender reveal parties are not transphobic. You can’t have your proverbial pink-blue binary cake and eat it too.
‘This is not about political correctness, it’s just…correct. We condemn gender reveals not because of our identity, but because of reality.’
The Albuquerque-born star’s repost went on to state that gender reveal parties lead to the idea that trans people are less ‘natural/organic’ than everybody else.
‘Transphobia is not just about prejudice against individual trans people, it’s also a way of thinking that understands non-trans people as more natural/organic and erases everyone else,’ the post continued.
‘These ideas, like the gender binary, fuel mistreatment of all people, but especially trans and gender non-conforming people.’
‘Gender reveals are based on the illusion that genitals = gender and that there are only two options “boy or girl”,’ the post continued.
‘This definition erases the fact that there are boys with vaginas and girls with penises and that there are people who are neither boys nor girls. The idea that sex is based on genitalia is inconsistent with science.’
The post went on: ‘Gender reveals require not just the invalidation of transness, but the impossibility of transness. The assumption is that the baby is cis. Cisness is positioned as the default and everyone else is understood as derivative of it.
‘The idea goes: while we might “identify” as trans now, we were “originally” “born” cis and we later “became” trans. When in truth, everyone is just born. And we all become after the fact.