Piers Morgan had some fun with a gay journalist from the BBC on his Good Morning Britain show, and it’s the kind of common-sense approach to this gender theory nonsense that we could use more of here in the United States. Maybe it will catch on.
Morgan was interviewing Benjamin Butterworth, who was there to defend a new series of educational videos being foisted upon young children by the BBC. In these videos, children are taught that there are as many as 100 different genders for human beings. Morgan said that, far from that ridiculous concept, there were only two genders: male and female. And if there are transgender people, they have to at least choose between those pre-defined categories.
Morgan asked Butterworth what his (Morgan’s) gender was.
“I assume you’re a cis-man,” said the journalist.
“Listen, I’m not a cis-man, you keep calling me a cis-man, I’m a man,” said Morgan.
“Well that’s fine,” said Butterworth. “And that’s how you can identify.”
“Stop calling me it,” said Morgan. “I feel insulted and offended that you keep calling me a cis-man when actually I’m a man. You see how this works? When you get into the offense business right, when you get into the offense business when everyone is offended by all these terminology, I’m offended by you calling me a cis-man.”
Later on, Morgan asked: “Can I identify as a penguin at the Sealife Aquarium in London, that is currently being reared as gender neutral, apparently has gay parents. Let me just say this, can I under this new world of self-identification, can I identify as a two-spirit, neutrois penguin?”
“Well, you’re not a penguin, use some common sense. That’s not a thing that happens,” Butterworth said, strangely indignant.
“How dare you tell me I can’t identify as that,” Morgan said. “How dare you offend me. Do you see how it works Benjamin?”
He sees. Let’s be serious here. He sees.
Anyone who isn’t ACTUALLY suffering from mental illness understands how ridiculous all of this nonsense is. It is only through some bizarre social compact, where we’ve handed authority over our language and actions to LGBT activists, that this idiocy is allowed to flourish. How or why we came to the point where we did that remains a mystery, but we’re smack dab in the middle of it now. And unfortunately, as funny as it is to ask if we can identify as penguins, it is actually not funny at all that we’re teaching young children that there are 100+ gender choices. Not funny in the least.