While the state's Lieutenant Governor Peggy Flanagan praised the award, some were less than thrilled, including former White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany, who wondered 'What will ever be left for biological females?'
Emily Compagno said that Finke's inclusion was pure identity politics at the cost of hard-working women everywhere.
'It is so exhausting, in my opinion, to have immutable characteristics or box-checking characteristics be the reason that someone is amplified to that level,' Compagno said.
Guy Benson [that gay Guy Curt never heard of] said he had no problem with honoring a transgender woman, but noted that she had only served three months in office.
'President Obama got a Nobel Peace Prize for doing nothing, and it's because people wanted to make a political statement. That's what this is,' he said.
Benson also said: 'This is not about actual achievement or accomplishment, it seems, as this individual seems to admit. This is about, ‘there's a culture war, there's a big controversy around trans issues, so let's find some and put them on these lists to make a statement.'
Clearly, in 023 and moving forward...
...and until the trans community articulates a positive message about itself...
...politically speaking, the trans community has two sources of opposition.
1. Organic women, their affirmers and supporters.
2. (And, this is a point that pb's been making) The Anti-Woke LGBT Community, which is separating itself from traditional LGBT orthdoxy more and more vociferously with each passing day.
pt and po can no longer say that the opponents to their political agenda are "fascistic and disgusting" (pt)...", Christian theocrats." (po)
pb is with that first group, thinking that actions such as USA Today's is misogynistic. Tens of millions of Americans agree.
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