Libs Furious After 'Family Guy' Takes A Swing A Trans Idiocrasy
The writers for 'Family Guy' didn't hide their feelings about the new trans woke movement. The new skit shows baby Stewie convinced he is turning into a girl and having a period after getting injured on the slide. The family dog, Brian, tries to explain to the baby that 'boys don't get periods':
Stewie: I'm having my period. It's like 'The Shining' elevator down there. My 21st Century Box has been conquered by Eric the Very Red.
Brian: Yeah, this is getting dangerously close to a 'Will & Grace' now. But if you're bleeding down there, it's clearly because you hurt yourself on the Slippery Slide.
Stewie: Oh, yeah? If I'm not having my period, then why am I drinking herbal tea from a large earthenware mug with no handle on it?
Brian: Stewie, trust me, boys can't get periods.
Stewie: Brian, it's 2022-- there's no such thing as a boy anymore. Or a girl. Just a vast sea of chubby "Theys" and "Thems," so coddled by their sanctimonious woke parents who think activism is virtue-signaling on Instagram. If Martin Luther King could come back, and see what they were doing in his name, he'd never stop throwing up. (Slurping)
Brian: Maybe...Maybe you are having your period.
A transgender psychologist who has helped hundreds of teens transition has warned that it has “gone too far” — and fears many are making life-changing decisions because it’s “trendy” and pushed on social media.
Erica Anderson, 71 — who is transgender herself — told the Los Angeles Times that she is horrified that even 13-year-old kids are now getting hormone treatment without even meeting with psychologists.
“I think it’s gone too far,” said Anderson, who until recently led the US professional society at the forefront of transgender care.
Aimee Arrambide, the executive director of the abortion rights nonprofit Avow Texas, was asked by Rep. Dan Bishop, R-N.C., to define what "a woman is," to which she responded, "I believe that everyone can identify for themselves."
"Do you believe that men can become pregnant and have abortions?" Bishop asked.
"Yes," Arrambide replied.
The remarks from Arrambide followed a tense exchange between Bishop and Dr. Yashica Robinson, another Democrat witness, after he similarly asked her to define "woman.